If Congress wants to encourage businesses to enhance their cybersecurity for the public good then it should offer businesses some legitimate carrots.
The business community has embraced the bill because it seeks to answer a basic question—How can lawmakers help companies protect their computers and networks against global cybersecurity threats?
Public-private sector cooperation - not more regulation - is the right approach.
by Matthew Eggers
Today, the Chamber and four other industry and civil liberties organizations — the Business Software Alliance, the Center for Democracy & Technology, the Internet Security Alliance, and TechAmerica — released a white paper entitled Improving Our Nation’s Cybersecurity through the
In 2009, more than a quarter of the world's population (or about 1.7 billion people) were Internet users. This level of use will only grow as digital devices proliferate and more and more people go online. But with that enormous traffic comes enormous threats.Howard Schmidt, the White House Coordi