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ISA's Clinton: Failure to implement executive order spurs regulatory push

December 02, 2015 |
Charlie Mitchell
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Incomplete efforts to implement President Obama's “visionary” 2013 executive order on cybersecurity have created a policy vacuum that some federal and state officials are moving to fill with regulations, according to Internet Security Alliance president Larry Clinton.

Representatives from 27 industry groups attended a meeting on Monday with officials from the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the White House to discuss next steps on NIST's voluntary framework of cybersecurity standards, which was a centerpiece of Executive Order 13636....


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