ISC2 announced today a laundry list of recommendations for President Trump to tackle in his first 100 days of office, starting with a request to prioritize workforce development within the pages of the pending cybersecurity executive order.
The international cybersecurity trade association ISC2 drafted its extensive list of recommendations after a December gathering, which included federal agency CISOs and executives, and retired Brig. Gen. Gregory Touhill who recently left his position as the first ever federal Chief Information Security Officer for the Executive Office of the President.
“Significant progress has been made over the past decade to advance the federal cyber workforce; our recommendations reflect the importance of building future cybersecurity policy — including the pending executive order — on the existing foundation,” Dan Waddell, ISC2 managing director, North America Region, said in a statement. The recommendations were previously presented during a Congressional hearing, with ISC2's aim to aid with the presidential transition.
ISC2's recommendations include:
Read ISC2's full list of recommendations here.
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