Federal Agencies Ordered to Identify ‘Critical Software’ That Must Then Be Protected
The Office of Management and Budget is ordering federal agencies to begin identifying “critical software” that needs protection as part of the effort to fulfill President Biden’s cybersecurity executive order. Executive branch agencies then will have a year to implement security measures.

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