CSOs aren’t waiting for cyber sharing legislation

If Congress does pass, and President Obama signs, legislation governing the sharing of cyber threat information among private organizations and with the government, those who will be the most directly affected will likely by those in IT security leadership – CSOs and CISOs.

And, based on the debates on bills now pending in Congress, it would seem that their biggest challenges would be increased pressure to protect personally identifiable information (PII), to make sure that trade secrets or other intellectual property doesn’t get inadvertently “shared” along with threat information, and to make sure that the organization doesn’t ignore threat information from others that then leads to a breach.

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