Cybersecurity Commission Seen Moving to New PhasePanel Members Feel Their Job Isn't Done The commission that produced the report Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency may not disband, but instead continue to provide advice to the Obama administration and others willing to listen.
Citing the popular response the 96-page report has received since its release in December, commission co-chairman Harry Raduege said panel members feel they can help the federal government institute many of its recommendations. "We'll hold the members together," Raduege, chairman of the Deloitte Center for Network Innovation, told GovInfoSecurity.com. "There are a number of areas we identified that, perhaps, we can have a positive impact on in helping the new administration ... fulfill the vision we have to secure cyberspace."
The commission, under the auspices of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, issued the report, Cybersecurity and the 44th Presidency, outlining steps the new administration must take to secure government IT, including the creation of the Office of Cyberspace within the White House.
Among the topics the commission will likely address during its next phase of work, according to CSIS website:
The commission also may issue a six-month report card on government efforts to secure cyberspace.