Doug Bedell — June 11, 2021, 8:37 am

Cybersecurity: The Washington Post Leads the Charge


Incidents like the Colonial Pipeline and JBS ransomware attacks have prompted The Washington Post to form a Cybersecurity Network against them.

“The Network,” the newspaper advises, “is a group of high-level digital security experts from across government, the private sector and security research community invited by The Washington Post to vote in surveys on the most pressing issues in the field. Our regular surveys will highlight insights from some of the most influential people in cybersecurity. They include members of Congress and the Trump administration, the country’s top security researchers and senior leaders at companies as varied as Facebook, General Motors and Visa. Their responses will be featured in The Cybersecurity 202 newsletter and elsewhere on The Post.”

Subscribers to the Post’s digital subscription service ($100 annually after sign-up inducements) will be kept apprised of the network’s doings – a good deal all around.

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