The National Guard should be taken more seriously as a national cybersecurity asset—but to do so will require commitment from both state and federal leaders.
David Forscey is currently Managing Director for the Cyber & Technology Program at The Aspen Institute. Before that he worked on state cybersecurity policy at the National Governors Association and national security policy at Third Way.
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A look at Rep. Tom Graves’ revised bill, how it differs from his original proposal, and the implications of the bill’s newest elements.
One way to predict the likelihood that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will achieve the simple majority or supermajority needed for "clean" reauthorization of Section 702 is by looking at the voting history of serving senators.
This paper examines this gatekeeper function US industry plays in surveillance and recommends surveillance reforms that will reinforce that function without denying necessary government access to information.
On October 5, Third Way and the R Street Institute sent a joint request to the respective leaders of the House and Senate intelligence committees asking them to declassify records of the legislative negotiations leading up to passage (and subsequent reauthorization) of the FISA Amendments Act (FAA) of 2008.