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This election year, the health of the Union depends in part on how we safeguard our information
Cybersecurity does not exist in a vacuum and current socio-economic pressures make the United States more vulnerable to cyberattacks of all kinds. With the U.S. presidential election underway, Americans need to take practical steps to defend our democratic processes, online and off. This essay outlines some of the issues facing the United States in advance of the election, shares insights from AttackIQ's recent podcast with leaders of Harvard's Defending Digital Democracy project, and offers specific steps to manage the cybersecurity challenges of this moment.
“Think Bad. Do Good” Podcast Episode 3: Best Practices in Threat-Informed Defense
AttackIQ’s Ben Opel and Jonathan Reiber discuss threat-informed defense lessons-learned from their time serving in the U.S. Department of Defense in the U.S.
AttackIQ Includes MITRE ATT&CK’s New Sub-Techniques for Customers
By Jonathan Reiber, Senior Director for Cybersecurity Strategy and Policy; Chris Kennedy, CISO and VP for Customer Success; and Vinod Peris,…
“Think Bad, Do Good” Ep 2: How to Achieve Cybersecurity Effectiveness
“How to Achieve Cybersecurity Effectiveness,” a conversation with the Chertoff Group’s Adam Isles and Kurt Alaybeyoglu, hosted by Jonathan Reiber, Senior Director for Cybersecurity…
COVID-19 Is Forcing Hard Cybersecurity Choices
By the time the U.S. Cybersecurity Solarium Commission released its long-awaited report this past March, the times were already changing, and quickly. The…
Before the Election, States Need to Test their Cybersecurity Continuously
We are now just a few short months away from the 2020 U.S. presidential election, and we know that the…