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Cyber-Security Plan Counts on Private Sector's Input

The forthcoming final version of the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace will call for a comprehensive cybersecurity response system that will depend heavily on contributions from the private sector. The system, as described in the most recent draft of the document, will rely on a broad information-sharing program both inside and outside the federal government, and calls for the establishment of a separate office within the Department of Homeland Security to manage the information flow between government and industry, according to copies of the draft document reviewed by eWEEK. To facilitate this process, the strategy also recommends that the private sector develop one centralized network operations center “that could operate 24×7 to assess Internet health [and] complement the Department [of Homeland Security’s] centralized capability and the overall National Cyberspace Security Response System.” Full Story

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