CYBERSECURITY

Commission for Enhancing National Cybersecurity requests information on IT security

The Commission for Enhancing National Cybersecurity has issued a request for information on the improvement of IT security, according to FCW.

The 12-person commission is looking for ideas and research on cybersecurity insurance, workforce development, Internet of Things and federal governance.

All responses to the request will be published on the NIST.gov website and public comment will end Sept. 9, FCW said. 

Reader Comments

Mon, Aug 15, 2016

"Problems cannot be solved at the level of thinking that caused them." ~ Einstein As Mr. Einstein also realized, "insanity is doing the same thing over and over gain while expecting different results." In other words, the current approach is a bad joke, at best. Only an ignorant fool would think otherwise. If that were untrue, then my 'white paper' on the only possible solution would not be ignored by the DoD, etc. Why? Because the vested interests and deeply entrenched guardians of the current IT infrastructure and corporate culture don't want radical or total change of the illogic infrastructure guaranteeing their paychecks and budgets.

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