There’s a new controversial cybersecurity bill being reviewed in the U.S. Congress. The objective of the legislation is to improve cybersecurity information sharing between the private sector and the federal government. Supporters believe the bill will improve national security, while critics says it’s an attack on individual privacy.
Is this bill CISPA 2.0?
Listen to our latest security slice podcast and hear Dwayne Melancon, Tim Erlin, Lamar Bailey and Craig Young discuss the pros and cons of the current version of the bill, why future cybersecurity bills should include a glossary and off-the-wall suggestions to improve future bills cybersecurity bills.
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