by adam on March 23, 2010
In “White House Cyber Czar: ‘There Is No Cyberwar’,” Ryan Singel writes:
As for his priorities, Schmidt says education, information sharing and better defense systems rank high.
That includes efforts to train more security professionals and have the government share more information with the private sector — including the NSA’s defensive side.
“One thing we are looking at is how do make sure that the private sector has the information it needs from the government,” Schmidt said, referring to what he called “some of the unique visibility the government has from the attacks on our systems.”
An excellent idea, if I do say so myself.