New cyber brief proposes network for sharing cyber threat information with private sector

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program recently released a new cyber brief, which argued that the U.S. government should create a classified network for sharing information on cyber threats with certain private companies.

“The U.S. government and private industry have been stuck at an impasse concerning cybersecurity information sharing for over a decade,” author Robert K. Knake wrote in the brief. “While the Barack Obama administration rolled out executive and legislative efforts to increase information sharing, many U.S. companies still argue that the federal government should do more to provide them with useful intelligence on cyber threats. But the U.S. intelligence

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