ISAO meeting tees up deliberations on cyber info-sharing standards
SAN ANTONIO - This week's public meeting of the industry team charged with developing guidelines for sharing cyber threat data clarified the process ahead and surfaced key questions about what the standards should say, but the answers will take months to develop in working-group deliberations.
The private-sector team overseeing the development of voluntary cyber information-sharing guidelines for industry generally plans to issue draft standards in May, officials said at the meeting here. But it might take another two months beyond...
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President Trump could redefine roles and lines of responsibility between businesses and the federal government.
The incoming Trump administration is being urged to "take stock" of the entire range of Obama initiatives on cybersecurity, with implications for government-industry partnerships, regulations, liability in cyberspace, the military's role and more. How President Trump translates his emphasis on deterrence and securing critical infrastructure into policy will have broad impacts on industry's cyber efforts and be closely followed in Congress.