- Examines the importance of public-private partnerships (PPPs) to United States cybersecurity policy and law
- Explains the benefits of collaboration and partnership – domestically and abroad – over regulation and mandates
- Describes challenges to cooperation, such as limitations in current law, the overlap in government cyber activities, and fear of post-hoc recrimination
- Urges policymakers to strengthen partnership and collaboration through creative solutions that change the culture around private cyber risk and incidents
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About the author:
Megan Brown is an NSI Senior Fellow and Associate Director for Cybersecurity Programs. She is also a Partner at Wiley Rein LLP. Prior to joining Wiley, Ms. Brown served in the Department of Justice as Counsel to two U.S. Attorneys General.