Tenable Cyber Watch: CSA Launches Zero Trust Certification, CISA Updates Security Attestation Form, and more
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks CISA’s Security Attestation Form Draft and discusses CSA’s new Zero Trust Certification. Also covered: The FCC’s new pilot program that would help U.S. schools and libraries boost their cybersecurity.
Would you like to provide your feedback on CISA’s Security Attestation Form Draft? Interested in getting certified in the area of zero trust? Curious to know about the FCC’s new pilot program that would focus on protecting the broadband networks and the data of K-12 schools and libraries?
We’ve got you covered in this week’s edition of the Tenable Cyber Watch, our weekly video news digest highlighting three cybersecurity topics that matter right now.
Here’s what’s happening in cyber. Today, we’re talking:
- All about CISA’s Security Attestation Form draft. More on best practices for assessing the security of your organization’s software vendors.
- The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) launches zero trust certification.
- A new pilot program that would help U.S. schools and libraries boost their cybersecurity. What you need to know.
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