Can the Cybersecurity Industry Improve Cooperation to Beat Threats?

The recent growth of the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA), with 31 members now sharing intelligence, reflects an evolution of collective efforts across the private cyber defense industry – but the vast damage of the SolarWinds attack suggests more cybersecurity cooperation is needed. The Cybersecurity Law Report spoke with CTA’s CEO and president Michael Daniel, former White House cybersecurity coordinator, about the organization’s activities and goals, competition in the cybersecurity industry, ways to improve sharing between government agencies and the private sector, and public policy choices for securing cloud infrastructure. See “How Will the Biden Administration’s Approach to Cybersecurity Impact the Private Sector?” (Dec. 16, 2020).

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