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Michael Daniel: Public-Private Partnerships Key in Cyber Data Sharing

Michael Daniel
Michael Daniel

The White House is looking to form partnerships with the private sector to further expand the government’s cybersecurity information sharing initiative, the Christian Science Monitor reported Thursday.

Michael Daniel, White House cybersecurity coordinator, told the Atlantic Council’s cyber risk event Wednesday he believes new relationships between the government and businesses could bolster the cybersecurity data sharing program, Joe Uchill reports.

“We are defining in the next three or four years a lot of these relationships that will operate for the next 50,” Daniel said .

He added that businesses are key in the administration’s focus on cybersecurity and cited the private sector’s work on Internet connectivity and new technology, Uchill reports.

The Atlantic Council’s event held discussions around issues related to cyber information sharing, according to the report.

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