NTSC Whitepaper Library
NTSC whitepapers feature original thought leadership, CISO analysis and perspectives, and leading expert viewpoints about important technology security trends, challenges, and issues pertaining to national cybersecurity policy.
A summary of NTSC accomplishments in 2020
This whitepaper will address facts about the actual cybersecurity talent gap; what kind of pipeline we actually need, and why; the root causes of our talent pipeline issues; and how a cyber scholarship for service program (and related apprenticeship programs) can solve the cybersecurity talent problem—addressing both the quantity and experience of candidates.
Bipartisan Recommendations on Preemption, Enforcement, and Private Right of Action for Legislators and Policymakers
In this whitepaper, we look closely at why the voice of the CISO matters in Washington, D.C.
Everyone—lawmakers, non-technical business stakeholders, and the public—needs to care about cybersecurity policy and how our efforts to strengthen the public-private partnership positively affect national security.
This whitepaper examines why more TPRM programs are not mature, what a mature program looks like, and how legislation, regulations, and standards help promote the adoption of mature TPRM programs across all organizations.
This whitepaper reviews the DHS’s recent evolution and key priorities over the last year, gives an overview of what services DHS offers to help CISOs and security teams share cyber threat intelligence, and explains why participating with DHS helps strengthen a company’s security posture and improves national security.
This whitepaper recommends that businesses reduce their reliance on proprietary, in-house security assessment programs related to cloud computing. Instead, it urges businesses to leverage the CSA’s Security, Trust & Assurance Registry (STAR) program and its associated assurance tools as core components of vetting and procuring cloud providers and services.
Understanding the European view of data privacy outlined in this whitepaper may move the debate forward in the United States as well as position companies for both compliance and improved global consumer acceptance by adopting universally accepted privacy design standards.
It is critical that we balance a fundamental right to privacy against the burdens placed on businesses, or the economy may suffer. The legislative considerations include ethics, economic impact, implementation, and enforcement challenges as discussed in greater detail in this whitepaper.
In the United States, personally identifiable information (PII) is an excessive focus of most cybersecurity law, policy, and best practices from both the private sector and federal government. However, as the nature of cyberattacks grows more sophisticated, should PII remain our primary focus?
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