Author: TalaTek; Published: Jun 5, 2011; Category: Cloud Computing, Compliance, Continuous Monitoring, Cybercrime, Cybersecurity, Data Security, Federal law, Security; Tags: Compliance, Cybercrime, Cybersecurity, Data Security, DHS, Federal law, Risk Management; No Comments
The administration is serious.
In one of the first signs of how seriously the current administration takes cybercrime, on May 12 the White House sent its cybersecurity legislation to Capitol Hill, asking for changes in the law. Specifically, the White House wants the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to have more authority – and responsibilities – in overseeing both private-sector and government networks. Additionally, the White House asked for a national data-breach law, one that would supersede the current state-by-state laws. More Info»