Does cybersecurity need its own Fauci?

President Joe Biden has four years to strengthen and possibly rebuild the nation’s cybersecurity posture, but the first 100 days in office will likely set the tone for how cyber is prioritized.

SC Media spoke to Ron Gula, former NSA hacker and cybersecurity investor through Gula Tech Adventures, who has advised Congress and the White House, about what those first 100 days should look like and why, in the wake of SolarWinds, it’s time for the cybersecurity equivalent of a Dr. Anthony Fauci to lead the charge.

The U.S. has a new administration and we’re still dealing with the fallout from the SolarWinds attack – all during a pandemic. Do you think our cybersecurity literacy is where it should be?

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