Could revamped R&D change federal cybersecurity culture?
Posted on: February 19, 2016

Tools that account for user behavior and let agencies move past a reactive security stance need to be the goal for the next decade, according to current and former federal officials.

There needs to be a overwhelming change in the way people approach cybersecurity if the U.S. is ever going to effectively deter attacks, according to current and former government officials who have helped shape cybersecurity policy.

Former National Security Agency Deputy Director Chris Inglis and Assistant Director for Cybersecurity Strategy at the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy Gregory Shannon spoke Wednesday at the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity R&D Showcase, highlighting how the research and development community needs to find ways to meld security and user behavior, leaving behind the current flawed operations structure.

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