Business executives and national security leaders are of one mind over the need to improve the security of the computers that control the U.S. power grid, the financial system, water treatment facilities and other elements of critical U.S. infrastructure. But they divide over the question of who bears responsibility for that effort.
Focus By Anthony Freed, Managing Editor, Infosec Island Network Introduction I recently had the opportunity to discuss information security issues with Larry Clinton,Internet Security Alliance (ISA) President and CEO. ISA is a multi-sector trade association established in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University in 2000. ISA represents an array of organizations concerned with information security from the aviation, banking, communications, […]
To view the original article please click here. ISA’S LARRY CLINTON: MORE CYBERSECURITY EDUCATION NEEDED ON THE HILL Rebecca Neal, The Federal Times, 02/17/2010 As Congress focuses more on cybersecurity and President Obama’s cybersecurity coordinator settles in, educating members of Congress and their staffs about the issue is getting easier. Larry Clinton, President of the Internet […]
To view the original article please click here. CYBERSECURITY OVERHAUL RECOMMENDED BY INTERNET SECURITY ALLIANCE Suzanne Kubota, FederalNewsRadio.com, 12/07/2009 Larry Clinton is the President of the Internet Security Alliance, which is calling on the government to offer incentives to businesses to fix security problems. Clinton told FederalNewsRadio the incentives are needed because mandated procedures aren’t up […]
To view the original article please click here. ISA PRESIDENT LARRY CLINTON OFFERS ADVICE ON CYBERSECURITY POLICY In Depth with Francis Rose, Federal News Radio, 12/04/2009 As the Federal IT community – and the people who observe it – await the naming of President Obama’s cybersecurity official, ideas about how that person should move the ball […]