Forget information sharing
Before it adjourned in August, Congress delayed a vote on the controversial and dangerous Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act. This is definitely for the best — CISA is deeply flawed legislation that would do more to put citizens' private data in the hands of the government than to actually make progress on critical cybersecurity issues. Information sharing — that is, sharing of information about cybersecurity threats among private companies and between companies and the government — was supposed to be the low-hanging fruit that Congress could tackle quickly, before turning to larger issues. But the information-sharing bill has been hanging around for five years.
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