DHS won't wait for congress on cybersecurity

FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER - Congress still might get around to completing action this year on cybersecurity information-sharing legislation, but in the meantime the private sector and even the ponderous Department of Homeland Security are pressing ahead with their own initiatives.

Spies, thieves and terrorists in cyberspace leave behind telltale “indicators” of their activities. Cybersecurity experts envision a future in which information on threats is shared at “machine speed,” or in real time, allowing rapid responses that minimize the impact of attacks.

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