What the Cybersecurity Executive Orders Mean for Insurers

Calls for improved information sharing and a set of standards should alleviate insurers' concerns with cybersecurity—but it also puts some pressure on insurers to update themselves along with the standards.

February 14, 2013

Justin Stephani

Earlier this week, President Obama issued the cybersecurity executive orders he promised at the end of last year when the U.S. Senate failed to pass the Cybersecurity Act of 2012. The provisions included in the orders are improved information sharing between the government and private sector as well as a cybersecurity framework.

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