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SecurityCybersecurity policies should marshal market forces to protect the information systems that are indispensable to a thriving digital economy. They must promote rapid innovation and adaptation in the face of a constantly evolving threat landscape. And because the economy is global, they must be internationally cohesive.

Specific policy actions needed:

Strong cybersecurity capabilities

  • Promote real-time sharing of cyber threat information while protecting privacy and civil liberties.
  • Modernize and strengthen public-private partnerships that protect critical cyber infrastructure without putting undue regulatory burdens on industry.
  • Support cyber R&D with increased resources for research and education into emerging cyber threats.
  • Ensure that cybersecurity policies are technology neutral so that security service providers have the flexibility to develop technologies that can respond to fast-changing cyber-threats.
  • Increase law enforcement’s domestic and international tools, resources, and capabilities.


Data breach

  • Streamline the compliance requirements for businesses and reduce consumer confusion by establishing clear and uniform standards for user notification when their personal data has been compromised to an extent that presents a substantial risk of harm.
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