Cybersecurity Should Be Civilian-Controlled, House Hears

Law360, New York (April 25, 2013, 6:02 PM EDT) -- Privacy experts from the corporate world told U.S. lawmakers on Thursday that any cybersecurity measures considered by Congress should be flexible enough to adjust to new dangers and make sure any data collected resides with civilian agencies.

Attorneys from Jenner & Block LLP and Hogan Lovells as well as a web security executive encouraged members of the House Committee on Homeland Security to build upon the government's Fair Information Practice Principles, which were established more than 30 years ago, as a model for general cybersecurity guidelines....
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