AUG 08, 2022 | US
Software Group Urges Congress to Step Back From Proposal to Codify ‘Systemically Important Entities’
Inside Cybersecurity, August 8, 2022
By Sara Friedman
Policy Director Henry Young at BSA | The Software Alliance explains why Congress can begin addressing cybersecurity concerns through legislation that focuses on operations.
"Our cyber playbook is potentially getting so complicated by more and more laws, policies and programs that we risk losing track of maybe a more important component of cybersecurity, which is the operations. There are more gains to be had by doing the work together, industry and the government, rather than creating new laws, policies, programs, categories and requirements,” Henry said.
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