What Obama's Cybersecurity Plan Means For Your Company

Law360, New York (February 15, 2013, 12:38 PM ET) -- On Feb. 12, President Obama signed a much-anticipated cybersecurity executive order intended to “enhance the security and resilience” of U.S. critical infrastructure. The executive order is very similar to a draft leaked last November. The order requires executive officials and agencies to take specific actions to improve information sharing with and among the owners and operators of critical infrastructure, create a voluntary cybersecurity framework, encourage private sector implementation of that framework, and evaluate the adequacy of current regulations and regulatory authority in light of cybersecurity threats....
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