May 12, 2011
Originally appeared as White House Wants Tougher Penalties for Computer Breaches in The New York Times
Filed under Security & Surveillance
The private sector has a huge incentive to secure its own systems and an incentive to do that works better by sharing that information more broadly.
Almost two years after outlining a broad strategy intended to strengthen the security of the nation’s computers and networks, the Obama administration said Thursday that it was sending proposed legislation to Congress that would strengthen penalties for any invasion of private computer systems.