With efforts from entities such as US Cyber Command and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the government has taken a more proactive approach to cyber defense. Yet, the majority of the nation’s critical infrastructure is owned by the private sector—which is why CISA and US Cyber Command have focused on protecting it more as part of their evolving missions.
But to protect critical infrastructure requires a strong public-private partnership. We need improved cyber threat intelligence sharing, more dialogue between the public and private sectors, and a positive relationship between law enforcement and the private sector—all working together on tasks impossible to solve alone such as deterring nation state attacks on critical infrastructure.
The NTSC supports dialogue and partnerships between federal government entities (such as CISA) and the private sector cybersecurity community.
NTSC Supports Bipartisan Legislation to Create Role of National Cyber Director (July 21, 2020)
Whitepaper: STREAMLINING VENDOR IT SECURITY AND RISK ASSESSMENTS: A PERSPECTIVE ON STANDARDS-BASED ASSURANCE OF CLOUD PROVIDERS
Whitepaper: THINKING BEYOND PII: POLICY SOLUTIONS TO ADDRESS THE REAL CAUSES OF CYBERATTACKS
ITSP Magazine NTSC Podcast Series: Episode 3 (Critical Infrastructure) (June 16, 2020)
CISA Provides Threat Updates and Discusses Intelligence Sharing at NTSC Virtual Roundtable (July 14, 2020)
Soaring with SOAR: An Interview with Kim Watson, IACD Technical Director, John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (October 2, 2019)
Cyber Alliance Forum Recap: Collective Defense, Integrated Adaptive Cyber Defense, and Lessons from a Live Hack (July 16, 2019)
NTSC Applauds Senate Passage of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Act (October 5, 2018)
Applauds Creation of DHS National Risk Management Center (August 6,
Technology Security Coalition (NTSC) and Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Partner
to Improve Cloud Computing Security (April 24, 2018)
Designation ‘Critical Infrastructure’: What It Does and Doesn’t Mean for States and Their Vendors (March 3, 2017)