Departing top CISA official reflects on nearly four years in the cyber hot seat

Eric Goldstein spoke with CyberScoop about where the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has made progress, lessons learned and what’s next.

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Top CISA official Eric Goldstein to depart agency next month

Goldstein has served as the executive assistant director for cybersecurity and worked on a number of key priorities for the agency.

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Forget AI: Physical threats are biggest risk facing the 2024 election

November’s vote has been called the “AI election,” but officials are most worried about the physical safety of election workers and infrastructure. 

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House panel leaders call on Microsoft president to testify over security shortcomings

The Homeland Security Committee plans a May 22 hearing.

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Dozens of tech companies pledge to build safer, more secure tech

The commitments are voluntary, but CISA officials said they are committed to measuring progress by the signatories across key commitments over the next year.

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Krebs, Luber added to Cyber Safety Review Board

The former CISA director and current head of the NSA Cybersecurity Directorate are among four new members to the DHS board.

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The missed opportunities in White House’s critical infrastructure directive

The rewrite of PPD-21 is a good start, but still relies on Congress to get through the biggest hurdles, experts say.

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CISA’s incident reporting requirements go too far, trade groups and lawmakers say

The draft cyber incident reporting rule faced significant pushback during a House hearing Wednesday, with industry groups arguing for a narrower reporting requirement.

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How to fine-tune the White House’s new critical infrastructure directive

National Security Memorandum 22 represents a good first step to better protect America’s critical infrastructure.

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Pro-Russia hacktivists attacking vital tech in water and other sectors, agencies say

Other sectors that the hacktivists — who sometimes pose physical threats — are targeting in North America and Europe include energy and agriculture, according to a Wednesday advisory.

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