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Coming Cyber Commission Report Loaded with 75 Ways to Improve Security — Plus the Bill Proposals

Come March 11 the Congressionally chartered Cyberspace Solarium Commission will issue an estimated 75 recommendations—including to streamline Congressional oversight and for industry to provide incident reporting—most of which will be accompanied by legislative language, according to the commission’s top staffer.

The 14-member commission includes the four lawmakers — from the House and Senate — private-sector leaders, executive-branch agency heads and cybersecurity thinkers working on a strategy to blunt the harm of cyberattacks. They are required by the latest National Defense Authorization Act to issue their recommendations by April.

“A little less than 50 of the 75 recommendations have congressional action required,” said Mark Montgomery, executive director of the commission.

Read more at NextGov

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