David Fagan, Ashden Fein and David Bender write:
As we reported on October 27, the U.S. Senate passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (“CISA,” S. 754). If enacted into law, CISA would, among other things, establish a voluntary framework for the sharing of cybersecurity threat information between and among the federal government and private entities. CISA must now be reconciled with two similar bills that the House passed in April before it can be sent to the President and enacted into law. According to CISA’s co-sponsor Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), a conference version of CISA will not be available for review until January 2016, at the earliest. Below is a deeper explanation of CISA’s four Titles and how they purport to improve cybersecurity.
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