In an increasingly digital world, where the Internet is starting to define and control our very existence, threats to the system are wide-ranging and with debilitating effects.
On his June 12th Fox Business News appearance, ISA President Larry Clinton rebutted the notion that the private sector is providing the National Security Agency “unfettered access” to all of its data. Clinton stressed the fact that companies safeguard their data because it is in their business interests to do so. He also noted the […]
On February 13, 2013, following the release of the Obama administration’s Executive Order 13636, CNBC’s “Power Lunch” asked ISA President Larry Clinton to appear on the show to discuss how the order will impact the private sector and solicit ISA’s view on its implications.
By Tom Gjelten 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. […]
There are a number of cybersecurity bills hotly debated on Capitol Hill and more than one government agency vying to “own” cybersecurity for the nation. So with all of this disagreement, how can lawmakers, security agencies and businesses find a way to work together to protect our safety and our intellectual property?
House Energy and Commerce Subcommitte on Communications and Technology Witnesses testified on cybersecurity threats to the U.S., and the role of the private sector and federal government in addressing those threats. They focused on cyber threats to small businesses, communications companies, mobile technology, cloud computing, and smart phone applications. Other topics included federal legislation on […]
Marc Rotenberg and Larry Clinton, two critics of the Obama administration’s proposals for reducing cyber threats against the U.S., talked about their objections and criticisms.