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Tag Archives: FS-ISAC

Has the White House Been Caught Cybersecurity NAP-ping?

– President Obama announced his “new” CNAP (Cybersecurity National Action Plan) to only moderate fanfare (certainly not nearly as much as the subject deserves), which included a lengthy Opinion piece, “Protecting U.S. Innovation From Cyberthreats,” in The Wall Street Journal of February 9,…

The Bankers and the Lawmen Should be Cyber Friends

– When I read Matthew Goldstein’s February 24, 2015 article “Wall St. and Law Firms Plan Cooperative Body to Bolster Online Security,” in the DealB%k section of The New York Times, I was reminded of the song from Rogers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma” about how farmers and cowmen should get…

You Say “ISAC,” I Say “ISAO”

– The White House sponsored a “Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection” at Stanford University on Friday the 13th of February, 2015 to discuss privacy, data protection and public-private cyber-threat information sharing. They invited the CEOs of major companies. Google, Facebook, Amazon…

Executive Order on Cybersecurity … PDD 63 Déjà Vu

– President Obama’s “Executive Order – Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity” … available at http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/02/12/executive-order-improving-critical-infrastructure-cybersecurity was a long time coming and, as my colleague Jason Healey pointed…

Old Mother Hubbard and “Building Data Collection In”

– Recently I listened to the webcast of a conference on the security-related data needs of researchers and how, if companies would only share the data, which they supposedly have, the academics would be in research heaven. As I listened, I couldn’t help thinking of the English nursery rhyme…