New US cybersecurity plan makes it easier for businesses to get help after an attack

New US cybersecurity plan makes it easier for businesses to get help after an attack
US President Barack Obama recently published a policy directive for cyber incident coordination, which outlines how the government should respond to cybersecurity attacks.

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Tech Republic | Connor Forrest

US President Barack Obama issued a policy directive on Tuesday detailing how the federal government should respond to incidents of cybersecurity. The directive, also known as PPD-41, pushed for shared responsibly and unity regarding attacks, and added some clarity for the channels through which private sector organizations report incidents to government agencies. Read More.