Cybersecurity’s Makeover: An Agile, Actionable Plan Finally in the Works!

Finally, the National Cybersecurity Strategy Updates are here, dusting off the old playbook. The new plan is as agile as a cat, actionable as a to-do list, and rightly gives the private sector an Oscar-worthy nod for their role in cyber incident response. Prepare for a New Year’s Eve bash with fewer cyber incidents, and more cybersecurity.

Hot Take:

Well, look who finally decided to update their playbook! The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Office of the National Cyber Director have decided to spruce up the National Cyber Incident Response Plan. Now, they’re not just acknowledging the importance of the private sector in cyber incident response, they’re practically shining a spotlight on it. The new plan is going to be as agile as a cat and actionable as a to-do list, supposedly keeping pace with our cyber adversaries. I say it’s about time we put on our running shoes and joined the race. Let’s just hope we don’t trip over the laces.

Key Points:

  • CISA and the Office of the National Cyber Director are updating the National Cyber Incident Response Plan.
  • The updated plan will acknowledge the crucial role of the private sector in responding to cyber incidents.
  • The plan aims to provide an ‘agile, actionable framework’ to match the speed of cyber adversaries.
  • A draft of the updated plan is expected to be released for public comment by December.
  • The new plan is expected to be approved and published by the end of next year.

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Tick Tock, Time for a Plan Update

Finally, it seems that the cybersecurity bigwigs have realized that their old plan could do with a little dusting off. A part of the 2023 National Cybersecurity Strategy, the updated National Cyber Incident Response Plan is set to bring a fresh perspective to the table. It's like they've suddenly discovered the concept of spring cleaning and are going all out.

Private Sector, Public Acknowledgement

The private sector has always been the unsung hero in the world of cyber incident response. But it seems like they're finally getting their much-deserved recognition. The new plan is set to highlight the importance of the private sector in recovery efforts. It's like they've been handed the mic at the Oscars after years of working behind the scenes.

Action, Cut, Repeat

The new plan promises to be as agile and actionable as a Hollywood stunt double. It aims to provide a framework that every organization can use to respond to cyber incidents and keep up with our cunning cyber adversaries. It's like they're planning to film a sequel, and this time, they're determined to get it right.

Coming Soon: A Sneak Peek

There's much anticipation for the release of the draft plan, expected to hit the public sphere by December. It's like waiting for the trailer of a much-hyped movie. Let's hope it lives up to the expectations and doesn't turn out to be a flop.

A New Year, A New Plan

The updated plan is expected to be approved and published by the end of next year. It's like they're planning a New Year's Eve party, and we're all invited. Here's to hoping that the update brings in a year that's less about cyber incidents and more about robust cybersecurity. Cheers to that!