By Looking at the Past, New Cyber Board Can Prepare Us for the Future

The Department of Homeland Security launched the country’s first Cyber Safety Review Board this month, a private-public initiative designed to improve cybersecurity.

The CSRB will start by looking at the past, specifically, the Log4Shell vulnerability disclosed this past December.

Liza Craig, government contracts partner at Reed Smith and a former senior associate counsel with the Department of the Navy Office of the General Counsel, said that the new board will assess significant past cyber events that affected the federal government and industry.

Read full article at Data Center Knowledge.

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