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Former DHS attorney: Info-sharing system needs incentives, smoother process

August 21, 2018 |
Charlie Mitchell
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Incentives are needed to persuade more private companies to participate in the Department of Homeland Security's cyber information-sharing system, according to a former DHS attorney now practicing at the firm ZwillGen.

Allison Bender, interviewed on the sidelines of the recent Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, said “very few organizations are sharing into” DHS' Automated Indicator Sharing program even as sharing expands among private entities.

As a result, she said, the privacy protection regime included in the Cybersecurity Act...


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