Fellows of non-partisan think tank ICIT1 frequently get called upon to provide expert cybersecurity advice and analyses to congressional members and government leaders. On the evening of April 30th, 2015, we participated in a fascinating discussion with Michael Echols, Director of the Cyber Joint Program Management Office.2 This discussion made one thing clear to me: we must collectively embrace the opportunity, as a nation, to power America forward through cybersecurity.
The success of some twenty-six million small business is critical to the American economy. The cybersecurity threat against them is so intense and the loss of intellectual . . .