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MIT urges Trump to address cybersecurity risks as a non-technology problem

April 18, 2017 |
Rick Weber
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Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are calling on President Trump to adopt a broad strategy for mitigating critical cybersecurity risks that recognizes the interconnectedness of industrial operations, while calling for new laws to incentivize security investments and a review of existing regulatory and legal requirements that inhibit those investments.

The MIT report is also notable for its non-technological approach to cybersecurity, by emphasizing the physical implications -- both in terms of vulnerabilities and consequences -- of an...


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