The Cybersecurity Act of 2015 has been signed into law. The most heralded section of the act concerns cybersecurity information sharing between the federal government and industry, which potentially will help to improve the cybersecurity posture of the nation over the long term. Here’s a brief overview of each title in the act:
A few other sections related to federal computer security, apprehension of cyber criminals, and enhancement of emergency services with respect to cyberattacks round out Title IV and have the potential to produce positive changes in the domain of cybersecurity for the federal government.
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