What are the U.S. domestic and international legal issues that would come with carrying out the Commission’s recommendations?
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A recent proposal from the Cyberspace Solarium Commission would solve few problems and create many.
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.
The discussion around cybersecurity risk tends to overlook the automobile sector. Japan’s auto companies have taken important steps to improve cybersecurity in the industry.
The “internet of things” supply chain has been a channel for risk into our homes. We can use that same channel to push security back up through the supply chain.
Germany’s request for sanctions against Russia would mark the first time the EU cyber sanctions regime has been invoked. But is it wise for the EU to use that regime in the current case?
As cyber threats during the coronavirus pandemic increase, Congress has considered allowing private lawsuits against foreign states for alleged unauthorized cyber activity. This response would create more problems than it solves.
There are a lot of Chinese component suppliers in the U.S. energy grid. What’s the supply-chain security risk?
The Cyber Solarium Commission’s new white paper explores what the coronavirus can teach us about how to prepare for a major cyber attack. But it also highlights cybersecurity principles that would have been and are relevant to responding to the current pandemic.
U.S. decision makers say they prioritize cyber defense and are not militarizing cyberspace. A closer look at the Federal budget shows otherwise.