After much anticipation, the White House unveiled its National Cybersecurity Strategy 2023 last week—building upon recent executive orders and outlining a set of responsibilities aiming to connect the public and private sector in an aligned mission to safeguard cyberspace.

To be sure, the document is not binding by any stretch, merely the federal government’s blueprint for cybersecurity. And until its contents pass congress’s muster, its real teeth remain to be seen.

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