A Gov't Contractor's Road Map To Biden Cybersecurity Order

By Justin Chiarodo and Sharon Klein (June 11, 2021, 5:17 PM EDT) -- President Joseph Biden's May 12 executive order to improve the nation's cybersecurity infrastructure heavily relies on contractual flow-downs in the purchasing power of the government to align private and public interests.[1]

The executive order mandates a rapid push to modernize federal networks, improve incident tracking and information sharing, and standardize federal incident response and oversight. Though the executive order will impact a wide swath of the private sector — including companies providing information technology, cloud computing services and the Internet of Things — government contractors will face special challenges.

We lay out in this article a road map for what government...

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