Cyberthreat Info-Sharing Gains Momentum After Guidance

By Allison Grande (June 15, 2016, 9:19 PM EDT) -- Companies have been slow to participate in the voluntary cyberthreat information-sharing regime set up by Congress six months ago, but experts said Wednesday that adoption is likely to grow in the coming months as agency guidance and firsthand accounts ease companies' uncertainty over the scope of liability protections and working with the federal government.

Members of the House Homeland Security Committee's cybersecurity, infrastructure protection and security technologies subcommittee came together Wednesday morning to examine industry perspectives on the implementation of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, which Congress passed in December as part of the massive $1.15 trillion omnibus federal spending bill....

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