Cybersecurity Legislation: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Recently, I’ve contributed two articles to AOL Government, reviewing two of the key problems with cybersecurity legislation:
- Closing the Gap Between Cybersecurity and Privacy. While the federal government has focused heavily on security, the fact is that privacy at the federal level is getting left woefully behind. This article identifies what federal legislators can do to close this gap, and ensure that security and privacy are addressed in lock-step.
- Feeding Frenzy: The Problem with Federal Cybersecurity. The U.S. government is languishing in dozens of cybersecurity-related bills, none of which seem to be coming to fruition. Why? This article identifies why the log-jam exists, and what can be done to fix the problem.
Check them out, and let us know what you think!