Hoarding threat information 'not a competitive advantage,' DHS official tells corporate leaders
Bradford Willke cited the December 2015 blackout in Ukraine, caused by hackers linked with Russia, as a cautionary tale in information-hoarding.
Private sector isn’t sharing data with DHS’s threat portal
There is a growing consensus in Congress and in the private sector that federal information-sharing efforts are falling way short of expectations and needs.
Why is it so hard to sign up for the feds' cyberthreat information sharing program?
Equipping and staffing a large corporation to join DHS's automated cyberthreat-indicator sharing program can be a six- or seven-figure cost.
Experts say government's information sharing program is all take and no give
Cyberthreat information sharing among private sector companies and with the federal government suffers from a tragedy of the commons, lawmakers were told Wednesday — everyone wants to receive, but few are prepared to make the effort to give back.
Watchdog: DHS prioritizing speed over context for AIS program
An agency watchdog said Monday that the DHS information sharing program needs to work out the kinks if it's to be a worthwhile venture.
Congress is about to have a really challenging year on cybersecurity
2017 will be a banner year for cybersecurity in Congress and that isn’t necessarily a good thing, said House Intelligence Committee Staff Director Michael Bahar, “we have kicked off the year with a lot going wrong with Russia and its hacking.” While there are multiple probes by different committees, in both the House and Senate, to investigate Russia’s influence on the 2016 presidential election, those retrospective efforts are just the beginning of what will ultimately be a very busy year in Congress as lawmakers face a myriad of cybersecurity-related policy decisions.