The Cybersecurity Committee focuses on the development of policies and initiatives designed to improve the security of the nation's critical information infrastructure through cooperation and outreach among industry and government. Whether the challenge is mobilizing collaboration within the private sector toward practical information security solutions, engaging government leadership on critical information security concerns, influencing public policy, promoting cyber security R&D, or building the talent base globally, this committee is at the forefront of the information security dialogue.
Specifically, the Committee advocates for the development of a national cybersecurity strategy and focuses on a wide variety of policy issues including, but not limited to: Critical Infrastructure management, Information Sharing, Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), Education and Awareness, and International Cybersecurity Issues.
In addition, the committee analyzes legislative and regulatory proposals, responds to requests from Congress and the administration, provides testimony for relevant tax issues and presents CompTIA Membership with networking opportunities with key decision makers.
| Oct 29, 2018
CompTIA members are on the front lines of securing the nation’s infrastructure, and they are committed to working with the government on federal, state and local levels to ensure the most innovative cybersecurity solutions are developed and delivered to keep our nation safe.
CompTIA Advocacy Staff
| Oct 08, 2018
Claudia Hurowitz and Lana Sansur
| Jul 25, 2018
CompTIA Advocacy hosted a panel session on Capitol Hill titled ‘Harnessing the Blockchain Revolution.’ As opportunities are growing, it is crucial to demystify blockchain technology and provide information and tools to fully evaluate whether blockchain might be the solution to support essential government and public sector functions in an efficient, secure and transparent way.