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Cybersecurity Lacking Coordinated Strategy for Sharing Intelligence

During yesterday's cyber security hearing held by the U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, experts expressed concern over lack of coordinated strategy or mechanism for sharing intelligence about intrusions with companies as well as the need for a systematic way for companies to share information with the government. "U.S. intelligence agencies are unable to share information about foreign cyber attacks against companies for fear of jeopardizing intelligence-gathering sources and methods," reports Ellen Nakashima of the Washington Post.

Telecom companies may monitor and collect data to protect their own networks, but they cannot share that information freely with the federal government absent a court order, said James A. Lewis, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) commission program manager.

Read full story: The Washington Post

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