NOV 16, 2022 | US
Software Group Urges CISA to Craft ‘Specific’ Incident Reporting Requirements for Consistency, Resource Considerations
InsideCybersecurity, November 16, 2022
By Sara Friedman
BSA | The Software Alliance argues for minimal, but specific reporting requirements in submitted comments about CISA’s upcoming incident reporting regulations.
“CISA should be cautious about what information it requires a covered entity to report. CISA’s requirements will directly affect how covered entities use their limited resources while also responding to the cyber incident,” BSA says in comments submitted Monday to CISA on the upcoming incident reporting regulation.
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