From day 1, the heart of the dispute over CISA (Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act) has been how to protect the privacy/security of the information being shared. And, how do you reassure those who may be skeptical of any such proposed protections. This has always been the rub. Always will be.
Now, you will be surprised to learn, The Hill is reporting privacy advicates will be disappointed with the proposed compromise languange between the House and Senate bills because it does not contain the provision of Rep. Michael McCaul’s bill that had the Departent of Homeland Security in charge of scrubbing the data prior to disimination.
See: Cyber bill’s final language likely to anger privacy advocates
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