What the Cybersecurity Executive Order Means for the Enterprise

However, since the supply chain is so interconnected, these orders will eventually (and probably quicker than imagined) apply directly to most any company worldwide that releases software. As you might have read, the Executive Order “makes a significant contribution toward modernizing cybersecurity defenses by protecting federal networks, improving information-sharing between the U.S. government and the […]

However, since the supply chain is so interconnected, these orders will eventually (and probably quicker than imagined) apply directly to most any company worldwide that releases software. As you might have read, the Executive Order “makes a significant contribution toward modernizing cybersecurity defenses by protecting federal networks, improving information-sharing between the U.S. government and the private sector on cyber issues, and strengthening the United States’ ability to respond to incidents when they occur.”. While we were discussing this internally yesterday, someone here at CloudBees raised the question of “How will companies have to change their processes in order to comply with these Executive Orders?” A quick reply came in the form of ”If anyone has to change how they’re delivering software in order to comply, they probably weren’t doing it right in the first place.”.
Source: CloudBees