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Former Obama cyber adviser sees NAFTA talks as risk-management opportunity

September 08, 2017 |
Rick Weber
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A former cybersecurity adviser to President Obama is citing negotiations for a renewed North American Free Trade Agreement as an opportunity to establish an international framework for cyber risk-management among the major trade partners.

“To further efforts to reduce barriers to digital trade, leaders and policymakers engaging in the renegotiation process must pursue a thoughtful, deliberate, and holistic approach to cybersecurity that encourages all organizations, entities, and institutions in society to assess their cyber risks and implement changes to mitigate...


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