The Obama administration has implemented a number of cybersecurity and privacy initiatives and policies aimed at making IT more secure for the federal government and the private sector, including the cybersecurity framework, National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, employing encryption and sharing cyber threat information. Will the next president carry on the Obama cybersecurity initiatives and policies, or decide to take a different approach? It's unclear how the next president will tackle cybersecurity because the candidates have not discussed it extensively in their campaigns. But that won't prevent our experts from addressing it. This panel will explore what existing programs would likely be retained by the next administration and which ones would be eliminated or altered. They'll discuss potential new cybersecurity initiatives the next president would pursue. Our experts will address:
- The cybersecurity priorities facing the 45th president;
- How the experiences of the candidates reflect the way they'd address cybersecurity as president of the United States;
- How the next president's cybersecurity initiatives will influence the way your organization secures its IT.
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