Biden’s Cyber Executive Order: How It Could Impact Your Business

Latham & Watkins LLP

President Biden signed an executive order to bolster the federal government’s cybersecurity posture on May 12. The order focuses on implementing vital improvements to networks of federal departments and agencies, many of which still lack basic safeguards despite past presidential and congressional actions.

Several upcoming changes will affect businesses that rely on the government as a customer, but a White House memorandum urges all businesses to implement the best practices from the executive order.

Originally published in Bloomberg Law - June 8, 2021.

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