White House Cybersecurity Plan Feared Inadequate By Experts, Could Violate Privacy
The information sharing provision is very flawed. It allows companies to share a lot of communications with this new DHS center and the privacy rules are to be determined. That seems like a blunt instrument for a very narrow problem.
The plan, unveiled by the White House on Thursday, was lauded by experts for increasing attention on cybersecurity and recommending higher penalties for cybercriminals. But some say the proposal lacks the force, flexibility and specificity necessary to effectively protect the nation’s cybersecurity.