Dans la continuité du projet sur la cybersécurité de l'Administration Obama (billet) et d'un précédent rapport intitulé Commercial Data Privacy and Innovation in the Internet Economy: A Dynamic Policy Framework, le U.S. Department of Commerce Internet Policy Task Force vient de publier le rapport Cybersecurity, Innovation and the Internet Economy.
Ce rapport met de l'avant les points suivants:
1. Create a nationally recognized approach to minimize vulnerabilities for the Internet and Information Innovation Sector (I3S)a. Facilitate the development of I3S-specific, consensus-based codes of conductb. Promote adoption of particular keystone standards and practicesc. Accelerate promotion of automation in securityd. Improve and modernize security assurance2. Develop incentives for I3S to combat cybersecurity threatsa. Using security disclosure as an incentiveb. Facilitate information sharing and other public/private partnerships in the I3S to improve cybersecurityc. Develop the right mix of incentive to promote adoption of cybersecurity best practices3. Education and Researcha. Develop better cost/benefit analysis for I3S cybersecurityb. Measures I3S cybersecurity education effortsc. Facilitate research and development for deployable technologies4. Internationale Cooperation
(Source: Rapport US Department of Commerce Internet Policy Task Force, p. 3-6)
Pour aller plus loin, voir:
- U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE INTERNET POLICY TASK FORCE, Cybersecurity, Innovation and the Internet Economy, June 2011.
- "Department of Commerce Release Cybersecurity Report", Privacy and Information Security Law Blog, June 10, 2011.