Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency

The CSIS Cybersecurity Commission was formed to provide advice to the 44th president on the creation and maintenance of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy.

The CSIS Cybersecurity Commission provided findings and recommendations to secure cyberspace in the 44th Presidency, and to help guide policy-making. It called for immediate action. The new administration has cybersecurity high on its agenda and it is making a serious effort to take what has already been done and improve our national cyber posture. But there is much to be done. Building cybersecurity will be a long-term effort.

Commission members produced four reports:

In 2014, CSIS convened a task force to build off the work of the Commission and develop recommendations on cybersecurity for the next presidential administration. Details about the findings of the task force may be found here.