New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants the 31 largest insurers in the state to provide their policies and procedures for countering cyber attacks.

Cuomo believes the personally identifiable information these companies maintain is a “treasure trove for hackers.”

Is Cuomo getting tough on cybersecurity, looking for votes, or both?

Listen to Episode 81 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Andrew Storms discuss why the information Cuomo wants will end up in a paper shredder, what cybersecurity evaluators can learn from health inspectors, and why standardization will come from the private sector.

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