How the New National Cybersecurity Strategy Will Shape the Future of Offensive Security
- Thursday, June 8 at 2pm ET • 11am PT
- Virtual Event
The new White House National
Cybersecurity Strategy proposes regulations that will hold software and
technology providers liable for breaches, with the end goal of making security
a priority throughout product development lifecycles and shifting more responsibility
to vendors. If you’re wondering what the legal and logistic ramifications to
your business are, you aren’t alone.
Join Bishop Fox for a fireside chat with renowned cybersecurity experts – Evan Wolff, a highly sought-after attorney and thought leader on federal government initiatives addressing cyber issues, and Justin Greis, partner at McKinsey & Company and leader of McKinsey Digital and the Risk & Resilience Practices. We’ll address your questions and concerns and discuss how the new proposed policies will impact offensive security initiatives, both short- and long-term.
Topics will include:
- How these regulations and regulators are shifting the way pen testing, red teaming, and other offensive security solutions should be thought of and used
- The changing scope of software liability and modifications to existing liability frameworks and safe harbor provisions
- How customer buying patterns (i.e., supply chain security, contractual security requirements) have changed
- The likely role of penetration testing and red teaming in protecting technology providers