Obama administration proposals for cybersecurity legislation

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Politics and government, Law and legislation, Computer sec
Statementeditors, Matthew N. Merlotte and Jody S. Simmons
SeriesThe Obama administration"s cybersecurity proposal : criminal provisions / Gina Stevens, Jonathan Miller -- Letter for proposed cybersecurity legislation / Jacob J. Lew -- Legislative language : law enforcement provisions related to computer security
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LC ClassificationsKF390.5.C6 O23 2011
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ISBN 139781621007593
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Cybersecurity Legislative Proposal. Enabling Cybersecurity Information Sharing: The Administration’s updated proposal promotes better cybersecurity information sharing between the private sector and government, and it enhances collaboration and information sharing amongst the private sector.

The Obama Administration’s cybersecurity proposal would add a specific provision imposing a mandatory three-year term of imprisonment for damaging certain critical infrastructure computersA critical infrastructure computer is a computer, under this broad definition, which controls systems vital to national defense, national security, national economic security, or File Size: KB.

Cybersecurity: The Obama Administration Proposes Legislation Proposals Would Standardize Breach Notification Requirements, Enhance Cybersecurity-Related Information Sharing, and Toughen Cybercrime Prosecution 2 Under the bill, following the discovery of a security breach of sensitive personally identifiable.

A proposal for new cybersecurity legislation by U.S. President Barack Obama's administration could give the government unprecedented access to private data, critics said Wednesday.

The White House Author: Grant Gross.

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Obama’s cybersecurity legacy: Good intentions, good efforts, limited results Experts agree that while President Obama put time, effort and political capital into improving cybersecurity, the. Cybersecurity: Legislation, Hearings, and Executive Branch Documents Congressional Research Service R VERSION UPDATED 2 th Congress: Summary of Legislative Action and Executive Branch Actions In Februarythe White House issued Executive Order ,2 which, along with a legislative proposal, was aimed at enhancing File Size: 1MB.

The Administration welcomed the opportunity to assist these congressional efforts, and we have developed a pragmatic and focused cybersecurity legislative proposal for Congress to consider.

This legislative proposal is the latest achievement in the steady stream of progress we are making in securing cyberspace and completes another near-term.

Cybersecurity Legislative Proposal. Enabling Cybersecurity Information Sharing: The Administration’s updated proposal promotes better cybersecurity information sharing between the private sector and government, and it enhances collaboration and information sharing amongst the private sector.

Specifically, the proposal encourages the private sector to share appropriate cyber threat information with the Department of Homeland Security’s National Cybersecurity. On Januthe Obama Administration presented to Congress an updated legislative proposal to improve American cybersecurity and data privacy protection.

T The proposal was presented in the wake of " [t]he dramatic increase in cyber intrusions and the recent destructive and coercive attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment." A. To become law, the new cybersecurity proposals will also have to win over Republican leaders who met with Obama at the White House to discuss areas of common interest where they can agree on.

Cybersecurity: The Obama Administration Proposes Legislation. On Januin response to the continuing onslaught of cyber attacks, including the recent cybersecurity attack and data loss at Sony Pictures Entertainment, the Obama Administration sent to Congress three legislative proposals to improve cybersecurity.

The proposals would. Cybersecurity: The Obama Administration Proposes Legislation - Proposals Would Standardize Breach Notification Requirements, Enhance Cybersecurity-Related Information Sharing, and Toughen.

Obama appeared at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center outside Washington to announce the updates to his Cybersecurity Legislative Proposal, which included a new push.

Experts are thrilled President Obama highlighted cybersecurity among important issues, but they don't think the proposed legislation is the way to go.

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The future of Obama's proposals is far from certain, as similar legislation has foundered before a hostile Capitol Hill for years. "Most of the time, Congress isn't going to do anything," Garcia said.

The new cybersecurity effort came a day after Mr. Obama called for legislation to force American companies to be more forthcoming when credit card data and other consumer information are lost in.

More needs to be done to protect cyberspace and enhance computer security. But President Obama's cybersecurity legislative proposal recycles old ideas that should remain where they've been since May on the shelf.

Introducing information sharing proposals with broad liability protections. A senior State Department official has stressed the Obama administration's opposition to a controversial cybersecurity bill ahead of a. A Review of the Cybersecurity Legislative Proposal Kathryn Stephens, NSCI J Improving the Future of Cyberspace Issues, Ideas, Answers Royal Aberdeen Smithfield, VA ph.

() 1 Overview On May 12th, the Obama administration released its Cybersecurity Legislative Proposal which aims toFile Size: KB.

President Obama has announced proposals for cybersecurity legislation that include reforms of the controversial Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. This post takes an in-depth look at the CFAA and Author: Orin Kerr. The Cybersecurity Trump just gave the military a lot more leeway to launch cyber operations.

By Derek Security Council and the Defense Department during the Obama administration, the. A set of cybersecurity proposals, submitted to Congress on Thursday by the Obama administration, contained little that was new or unexpected.

The proposals have been in the making since May Author: Jaikumar Vijayan. President Barack Obama on Tuesday will renew his call for Congress to pass cybersecurity legislation, including a proposal that encourages companies to share threat information with the government.

President Barack Obama sought to spur Congress to action on cybersecurity information-sharing legislation by announcing his own proposal on Jan. Administration officials hope enhanced privacy. As we reported last week, onthe Obama administration announced a comprehensive cybersecurity legislative proposal in a letter to Congress.

The proposal, which is the culmination of two years of work by an interagency team made up of representatives from multiple departments and agencies, aims to improve the nation’s.

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Cybersecurity And Technology. Obama called on Congress to pass cybersecurity legislation — something Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has indicated he's open to moving on (unlike immigration).

That’s one of two troubling aspects of the fact sheet the Administration just released, summarizing proposed legislation on cybersecurity it just sent to Congress. Barack Obama's last effort to get some cybersecurity legislation through Congress stalled inwhen it successfully cleared the Republican-held House, but withered in the Senate.

After some Author: Terrence O'brien. The president went on to express concerns that the collaborative information sharing intended for cybersecurity may be used by businesses for anticompetitive purposes.

Despite these reservations, the Obama administration said a workable solution can be found and backs the passage of the legislation. The Obama administration aims to ramp up the federal government's cybersecurity arsenal, requesting nearly $14 billion in its budget proposal — about $1 billion more than in previous.

The Obama Administration is on a roll with proposing legislation that endangers our privacy and security. Over the course of two days, President Obama proposed a cybersecurity bill that looks awfully similar to the now infamous CISPA (with respect to information sharing), a computer crime bill that is the opposite of our own proposed computer crime .News last month of U.S.

President Barack Obama’s proposed national cybersecurity legislation could have huge implications for banks and retailers, though some say a lack of clear parameters may render the proposal difficult to implement.Barack Obama sponsored bills from January 4, until Novem Two became law.

This figure does not include bills to which Obama contributed as cosponsor, such as the Coburn-Obama Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of or the Lugar-Nunn Cooperative Proliferation Detection, Interdiction Assistance, and Conventional Threat .