Unto the Breach: Cyber Policy Under Biden – Ping Podcast – Episode 37

Episode 37: Unto the Breach: Cyber Policy Under Biden

With President Biden taking office amid a still developing federal breach, cyber policy will likely be a top priority. Washington D.C.-based policy analyst Caitlin Chin joins us to provide the latest background on the SolarWinds supply chain attack. Then, she tells us where cybersecurity likely ranks on the Biden Administration’s priority list. In addition, we talk data privacy, Section 230, and net neutrality regulations and the likelihood of whether and how they’ll be addressed by both the President and Congress.

Take a look at a few of Caitlin’s articles for more information:

After the SolarWinds hack, the Biden Administration must address Russian cybersecurity threats

What to expect from a Biden FCC on Section 230, net neutrality, and 5G

How the 2020 elections will shape the federal privacy debate

The U.S. privacy landscape post GDPR

In headlines, we learn of a coalition to stop ransomware. And then, hear how cybersecurity pros think AI will take their jobs. Finally, we discuss how President Biden’s Peloton could be a national security risk.

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