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Clinton, Trump Debate 'Twenty-First Century War' Of Cyberattacks

Lester Holt led with topic of cybersecurity as the first question on national security in Monday's Presidential debate.
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9/29/2016 | 12:59:38 PM
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9/28/2016 | 11:36:07 AM
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I disagree with McGrew's sentiments.  Short of legislating adoption of widely accepted, strong security standards (e.g., PCI-DSS, which Nevada already mandates), I want less government control/regulation related to private-sector cybersecurity -- not more.  I have difficulty fathoming anything the federal government can do regulatory-wise or law-wise that will make things better (and most things I can imagine would make things worse).  This kind of thinking is what gave us CISA, after all.
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