An indictment of the executive branch from the Washington Post‘s Joseph Marks:
The country’s critical infrastructure is no safer from cyberattacks today than in May 2017 when President Trump signed an executive order pledging to better protect it, according to more than three-fourths of digital security experts surveyed by The Cybersecurity 202.
The results of The Network survey are a sharp rebuke to the Trump administration, which has made protecting critical infrastructure such as airports, hospitals and energy plants a cornerstone of its cybersecurity policy — and is touting its accomplishments at the RSA cybersecurity conference in San Francisco this week.
“There is some good work being done by DHS and other agencies, but this needs to be a national priority with presidential leadership and it’s not,” said Chris Painter, a former State Department cybersecurity coordinator.
The full article is found at Washington Post.