Many countries are implementing mandatory cyber incident reporting requirements, including the US, EU, Australia, and India. While the typical private sector instinct might be to oppose such rules, properly drafted reporting requirements will ultimately benefit the business community. Governments and cybersecurity providers can use the resulting information to provide tailored assistance, generate better warnings to similarly situated companies, understand the total burden cybercrime is placing on the economy, and determine whether policies are having their intended effects.
Join Imelda Flores (Scitum), Joe Levy (Sophos), Raj Samani (Rapid7), and Michael Daniel (Cyber Threat Alliance) as we explore how to make mandatory cyber incident reporting work as intended.
Author: Cyber Threat Alliance
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