Senior Editor, Digital Content, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
April 12, 2017
With the internet playing a crucial role in how so many companies do business, how can we defend businesses from cyberattacks by rogue nations like North Korea or Iran?
Measuring deterrence is critical, says the U.S. Chamber.
“Deterrence and norms need to be part of a new U.S. cybersecurity strategy,” write Ann Beauchesne, senior vice president, and Matthew Eggers, executive director, cybersecurity policy at the U.S. Chamber.
Just as data and metrics are being used inside companies to strengthen computer networks from attacks, the government should use metrics to determine if its efforts are adequately discouraging cyberattacks and making cyberspace safer for American companies and consumers.
About the authors
Sean writes about public policies affecting businesses including energy, health care, and regulations. When not battling those making it harder for free enterprise to succeed, he raves about all things Wisconsin (his home state) and religiously follows the Green Bay Packers.