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President and CEO of Global Cyber Alliance , Philip Reitinger, announced GCA's global Board of Directors. The Board will direct the operations of GCA, helping it to fulfill its mission of implementing ...
There are significant efforts in government and the private sector, but it is clear the cybersecurity problem is getting worse. I am pleased to be a part of a global effort to change that, concrete step by concrete step.
Cyber attacks are a global problem, and require a global approach to prevent them. I look forward to working with my fellow Board members and GCA to mitigate cybersecurity risks.
Ever since I was at the U.S. Department of Justice during the 1990s, I have worked on cybercrime and cybersecurity. We are making progress, but we need to accelerate the adoption of secure technologies and dramatically increase security in the online world.
During my years working on incident response internationally, I became convinced that mitigation efforts such as improving cyber ecosystem hygiene by cleaning-up infections and fixing risk conditions globally and measuring them, is an overlooked, but essential component of reducing global level of cybersecurity risks.