As the U.S. moves to strengthen defenses of digital networks and assets, agreeing on standards for cybersecurity will prove more difficult than reaching a consensus on privacy and information sharing, the head of the U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency (NSA) believes. “Defending the country in this area is going to take some real-time capability and it is going to take information sharing,” U.S. Army Gen. Keith Alexander says. Passing new legislation is essential, as ...
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