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Next week’s public meeting in Texas on developing cybersecurity information-sharing standards will be structured around breakout sessions featuring the leaders of key working groups, according to newly released details.

Former senior U.S. officials will be among the leaders of George Washington University’s new task force on developing a policy framework for active defense in cybersecurity, the institution's Center for Cyber and Homeland Security announced Thursday.

Individuals unable to attend the second public meeting on developing cybersecurity information-sharing standards next week in Texas will be able to remotely monitor the plenary and breakout sessions, according to event organizers – but industry sources remain concerned about the potential for low attendance.

The auto industry has drafted a new framework for developing best practices to better protect automobiles from cyber attacks.