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Cyber Threat Information Sharing: Recommendations for Congress and the Administration

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Denise E. Zheng & James A. Lewis, Cyber Threat Information Sharing: Recommendations for Congress and the Administration (Center for Strategic and International Studies) (Mar. 10, 2015) (full-text).

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The success of the President's executive order promoting cyberthreat information sharing depends on legislation passing Congress. The report recommends that legislation should not be one-size-fits-all; have a minimal role for government; build on existing information sharing; streamline mechanisms to share information; add value for all parties participating; protect information shared from FOIA requests, litigation or regulatory enforcement; and protect organizations from civil and criminal liability for monitoring and sharing data on cyberthreats if done in good faith.

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