The final post in a series on CISA looks at what new information the government stands to get and what, exactly, they're allowed to do with it.
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The State of the Union was as remarkable for what was missing, as what the President actually said. Three issues were striking by their absence – cybersecurity, surveillance, and encryption.
Parts of CISA are aimed at creating more overall information sharing, and parts are aimed at avoiding causing less. The AIS system matters to recognizing why and how these compromises take shape.
DHS has unveiled the CISA portal ... three months ago. If we’re going to have a debate about information sharing as government overreach, it's important to examine the law in the context of the actual system.
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 must be evaluated against the problems it attempts to solve.