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The White House wants to make big tech share more of the responsibility for cyberattacks


The US Government has finally released its long-awaited cybersecurity strategy, and it seems that it’s going to tilt the security responsibility more towards companies, shifting the burden from the consumers.

The document (opens in new tab), “fundamentally reimagines America’s cyber social contract,” Kemba Walden, the acting national cyber director, told the media during a preview. “It will rebalance the responsibility for managing cyber risk onto those who are most able to bear it.” 



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