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How the National Cybersecurity Strategy Could Impact Your Business

Baker & Hostetler LLP

On March 1, the White House released its National Cybersecurity Strategy (NCS), providing a road map to address cyber threats and secure the U.S.’s digital ecosystem for the future.[1] Specifically, the White House aims to enhance the digital ecosystem’s defensibility, resilience and alignment with U.S. values.

Importantly, the NCS adopts two fundamental shifts in how the U.S. allocates roles, responsibilities and resources in cyberspace.[2] The first fundamental shift involves the “most capable and best-positioned actors” – instead of individuals, small businesses, state and local governments, and infrastructure operators – shouldering the responsibilities of defending cyberspace and improving cybersecurity. These actors may include owners/operators of systems holding data that make our society function and technology providers that build and service these systems.

The second fundamental shift incentivizes long-term investments over short-term interests. This involves more attention toward ensuring market forces and public programs at least reward security and resilience and on coordinating research and development investments in cybersecurity.

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