As Australia invests in a new cybersecurity posture, the U.S. has the opportunity to nourish an alliance and respond to Chinese pressure.
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The Israeli equivalent to Defend Forward is far less regulated than its U.S. parallel, and that the Israeli version of Persistent Engagement at home allows domestic action and harnesses the private sector in ways that the U.S. approach does not contemplate.
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Cybersecurity clinics can help fill the gap of cybersecurity talent within the federal workforce and the private sector.
When the U.S. attempted to build a vocal alliance of like-minded countries in response to an indictment of Chinese hackers, European nations stayed quiet.
Real-world success stories showing the benefits of cybersecurity information sharing can help information sharing organizations demonstrate their value to potential participant organizations and firms, to regulators and legislators and to the cybersecurity community.
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A major force program will help solve the problem.