Advocacy - Resources
ITI and SIIA released a set of global principles intended to apply to government collection of private sector data from commercial entities
January 16, 2014
Recognizing that governments around the world engage in surveillance activities; and Recognizing that certain important considerations must be built into government access to private sector data in the course of surveillance activities; The principles below are intended to apply to government collection of private sector data from commercial entities.
ITI comments in response to NIST RFI: “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Executive Order 13636: Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework”
December 12, 2013
The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) appreciates the opportunity to respond to your RFI of October 29, 2013, “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Executive Order 13636: Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework.”
Multi-association letter: Time to Fix Section 516 of the Continuing Resolution
December 10, 2013
As you and your colleagues seek to finalize federal spending levels for the remainder of Fiscal Year (FY) 2014, we urge you to consider substituting Section 516 of the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act of 2013, Pub. L. 113-6 "Section 516", with the language proposed in Section 515 of S. 1329
ITI letter in response to Department of Defense DFARS Case 2012-D050: Interim Rule on Requirements Relating to Supply Chain Risk
November 25, 2013
On behalf of the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)1, I am writing regarding DFARS Case 2012-D050, Requirements Relating to Supply Chain Security, which the Department of Defense (DoD) published in the Federal Register on November 18, 2013 at 78 FR 69268.
ITI/SIA comments in response to NIST SP 800-161, “Draft Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Federal Information Systems and Organizations"
November 01, 2013
ITI and Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) appreciate the opportunity to comment on NIST SP 800-161, DRAFT Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Federal Information Systems and Organizations. We are submitting our comments both in this letter and the comments template provided.
Submission to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
October 24, 2013
We appreciated the opportunity to meet with the members of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB) last month. As our members discussed at the meeting, the recent revelations relating to the U.S. intelligence programs have impacted the technology sector both domestically and internationally.
Comments to the Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technology
October 03, 2013
ITI and SIIA appreciated the opportunity to meet with the Review Group last month and to provide input in connection with the Review Group’s mandate to advise President Obama on “how the United States can employ its technical collection capabilities in a way that optimally protects our national security and advances our foreign policy..."
Comments to the White House
August 20, 2013
We appreciate the opportunity to participate in the discussions surrounding privacy and civil liberties that the Administration has convened regarding the scope and operation of the U.S. government’s surveillance programs.
ITI comments: Draft National Infrastructure Protection Plan
August 19, 2013
ITI supports the review and revision of the NIPP to ensure that it remains relevant to the critical infrastructure mission over time. However, while we appreciate that the Department is working within the deadline established in PPD-21, we are very concerned that the short time frame -one week- for stakeholder review and comment on this draft does not afford adequate opportunity for us or other stakeholders to provide the substantive, thoughtful feedback required
ITI Provides Comments on the Brazilian Server Localization Proposal
August 01, 2013
We appreciate this opportunity to comment on recent proposals to require data to be stored locally in Brazil; including through provisions in Marco Civil da Internet. We would like to address the potential impact these requirements could have on global digital trade flows and Brazil’s information and communications technology (ICT) services industry.