The debate over policy approaches to cybersecurity standards in the public sector have tended to get bogged down in the merits of entirely public vs. private approaches. This panel explores a set of emerging policy tools with distinctly partnered public-private profiles: cyber safety standards in the automotive industry, cyber-insurance, consumer notification, and software vendor liability. Each of these ideas presents opportunities and challenges for policymakers, requiring us to look at the tradeoffs they embody. The panel will also discuss the state of affairs for making each of these tools an effective and reliable instrument of public policy.
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National Security and Law Associate, Hoover Institution
Sasha Romanosky @SashaRomanosky
Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation
Faculty Member with the Pardee School
Joshua Corman @joshcorman
Director, Cyber Statecraft Initiative for the Atlantic Council
Robert Morgus @RobMorgus
Policy Analyst, Cybersecurity Initiative, New America
Fellow, Harvard Belfer Center
Non-Resident Cybersecurity Fellow, New America's Cybersecurity Initiative
Editor, Cyber Insecurity: Navigating the Perils of the Next Information Age