Cisco Blogs / Nitisha Tripathi
Nitisha is responsible for the analysis of legislation, policies, and standards on Artificial Intelligence (AI), cybersecurity, and privacy and is actively involved in engaging trade associations on these issues. Passionate about responsible AI, privacy, and online content safety, she is a lawyer by training and is currently finishing her Master’s in Public Policy and Administration (MPA) from School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University, New York.
Previously, Nitisha worked for more than five years at the intersection of technology policy, human rights, and law. She has advised the government of India as a policy consultant on issues regulating technology, e-commerce, and consumer affairs, and the impact on the operations of tech platforms. She has also managed elections for leading political parties in India at state and national level.
Regulatory Harmonization in Cyber Incident Reporting: Best Idea for Security?
In March 2022, the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act (CIRCIA) was enacted in the U.S. with a clear purpose to improve the nation’s cybersecurity by requiring covered entities to report significant cyber incidents, including payments made for ransomware attacks. The law, and its rulemaking that is required of the Department of Homeland Security’s […]