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Pentagon inspector general examines adequacy of info-sharing under cyber law

November 07, 2018 |
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The Defense Department's Office of the Inspector General has examined the adequacy of sharing cyber-threat indicators under the Cybersecurity Act of 2015, among other measures required by the law, in a new report slated for release next month.

“Specifically, it determines whether policies and procedures for sharing cyber threat indicators are sufficient; cyber threat indicators and defensive measures have been properly classified; security clearances authorized for the purpose of sharing cyber threat indicators and defensive measures with the private sector...


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