The Biden administration's response to the widespread SolarWinds cyberattacks will reshape the $134.6 billion cybersecurity industry for years, experts say.
Here's how government and industry experts say Biden will approach cybersecurity, and who that will benefit in the industry.
Analysts told Insider on Friday that the appointment of Neuberger, who coordinated NSA partnerships with the cybersecurity industry, was a signal that the administration wants to work closely with cybersecurity companies.
Biden's response to SolarWinds will mean "all things network security, endpoint and cloud security, as well as services will boom," Janke said.
Investors say Janke's investment SightGain, which uses cybersecurity intelligence to test whether companies are secure, could benefit from the government's SolarWinds response.
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