[SecurityWeek] Black Hat 2021: New CISA Boss Unveils Anti-Ransomware Collab With Big Tech

Head of the U.S. government’s cybersecurity agency Jen Easterly introduced herself to the hacking community Thursday with a pledge to pursue transparent data sharing with the private sector and a call for “an ambitious national effort” to solve the cybersecurity skills shortage.

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