Drenan Dudley. Image: The White House The Office of the National Cyber Director (ONCD) on Friday announced that Drenan Dudley, who currently serves as the organization’s deputy for strategy and budget, is assuming the top role temporarily.

Kemba Walden, who has served as the White House office’s acting chief since March and shepherded the rollout of the Biden administration’s first national cybersecurity strategy as well as its implementation plan, is stepping down Friday.

“I’m honored to be asked by the president to lead my colleagues as the Acting National Cyber Director,” Dudley said in a statement. “I look forward to continuing […]

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