Cyberspace Solarium Commission Will Soon See 85% of Its Recommendations Completed
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The Cyberspace Solarium Commission, a public-private and bipartisan organization charged with bolstering U.S. cyber defenses, is on track to have 85% of all of its recommendations implemented, with the remaining recommendations either facing some hurdles or “significant barriers,” according to a new report issued by its successor organization the CSC 2.0.
The commission progress report shows that nearly 60% of its original 82 recommendations have been entirely or almost implemented, and more than 25% are on track to be realized. However, the progress of the remaining recommendations has slowed. For example, the commission recommended the establishment of a National Cybersecurity Certification and Labeling Authority, one instance of an ecosystem-wide reform that hasn’t been implemented. (Suzanne Smalley / Cyberscoop)
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