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Cybersecurity, long a concern of tech industry insiders, has been in the news a lot lately. It's also been increasingly on the agenda of government agencies and policymakers. And that could be a cause for concern for those interested in preserving openness, innovation and freedom on the Internet.
The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Internet Society (SF Bay ISOC) joined with the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) to sponsor a public discussion on the difficult challenges of crafting government policy to enhance private sector cybersecurity. Jim Dempsey, CDT's Vice President for Public Policy, spoke on the topic, with a question-and-answer session immediately following.