Readout of White House Roundtable on Protecting Our Nation’s Data and Networks from Future Cybersecurity Threats

In January, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) convened leaders from government, industry, and academia at a roundtable to discuss plans for addressing the requirements of National Security Memorandum 10 (NSM-10) on Promoting United States Leadership in Quantum Computing While Mitigating Risks to Vulnerable Cryptographic…

Fact Sheet: ONCD Report Calls for Adoption of Memory Safe Programming Languages and Addressing the Hard Research Problem of Software Measurability

ONCD Rallies Industry, Academia, and Civil Society to Join Effort February 26, 2024 Read the full report here Watch the video address here Today, the Office of the National Cyber Director (ONCD) published a technical report entitled “Back to the Building Blocks: A Path Toward Secure and Measurable Software.” The report builds upon the President’s…

Readout: National Cyber Director Harry Coker, Jr. Celebrates Juneteenth in Tulsa, Highlights Impact of Cyber Workforce Opportunities for Historically Underrepresented Groups

June 20, 2024 Today in Tulsa, Oklahoma, National Cyber Director Harry Coker, Jr. shared how President Biden’s Investing In America Agenda is supporting the city of Tulsa and the state of Oklahoma’s cyber workforce ecosystem. Hosted by Black Tech Street and the University of Tulsa (“TU”), Director Coker met with university leadership and cybersecurity undergraduate…

Statement from National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on the Global Effort toStrengthen the Cybersecurity of Energy Supply Chains

Energy systems around the world face continuous cyber attacks and are vulnerable to disruption.  As new digital clean energy technologies are integrated, we must ensure they are cyber secure to prevent destruction or disruption in services.  This is a global issue and at the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Apulia, President Biden and G7 leaders committed…

One Year In: The President’s National Cybersecurity Strategy is Driving Change and Protecting the Nation

By National Cyber Director Harry Coker, Jr. On March 2, 2023, President Biden released the National Cybersecurity Strategy, a guiding document that has set the course for how the Biden-Harris Administration drives policy and action to defend our increasingly digital world. At the time, President Biden said, “Cybersecurity is essential to the basic functioning of…

Readout: Biden Administration Continues National Cyber Workforce Education Roadshow in Chicago, Announces Commitments to Build America’s Cyber Workforce Especially Among Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities

Today in Chicago, the Biden-Harris Administration continued its National Cyber Workforce Education roadshow by joining a roundtable to discuss cyber skills development hosted by the Board of Directors of Manufacturing x Digital (MxD). The Office of the National Cyber Director (ONCD) met with more than a half dozen colleges, consortia, and education partners to discuss…

Connecting Americans to Good-Paying Jobs in Cyber

To keep all Americans secure and boost the next generation of innovation in the U.S., we must drastically scale up the cyber workforce across the country. The Office of the National Cyber Director (ONCD) developed the National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy (NCWES) and Fact Sheet to address this national security and economic imperative.  The…

FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Announces National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy, Unleashing America’s Cyber Talent

Read the full strategy here  Today, the Biden-Harris Administration unveiled the National Cyber Workforce and Education  Strategy (NCWES), a first-of-its-kind comprehensive approach aimed at addressing both  immediate and long-term cyber workforce needs. Filling the hundreds of thousands of cyber job  vacancies across our nation is a national security imperative and the Administration is making  generational…

PCAST Releases Report on Strategy for Cyber-Physical Resilience

Today, the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) released a report on fortifying the nation’s cyber-physical systems. These systems are the integrated digital and infrastructural resources that are crucial to Americans’ daily lives, including the electrical grid, public water systems, internet and telecommunications, banking systems, air traffic control, and much more. President…

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