Cybersecurity group calls for new government approaches

Thursday, 12 April 2007, 12:26 AM EST

The U.S. government should explore new incentives for companies to invest in cybersecurity instead of focusing on regulation, a cybersecurity trade group said.

The Internet Security Alliance (ISA), made up of IT vendors and customers, called on the government to abandon old regulatory approaches in favor of incentives such as cybersecurity insurance, awards programs and caps on legal liability for companies that adopt cybersecurity best practices.

At Computerworld.

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