Policy - Cybersecurity
The protection of our digital information and systems – is a priority for alignment by both private industry and governments globally. Our companies work to secure the technology systems that citizens use to improve their lives and the digital infrastructure our economy depends upon for unprecedented opportunities and prosperity. Cybersecurity is also increasingly intertwined with privacy because it protects sensitive information. Because of this, technology companies are highly motivated to design and build security into their products and systems.
ITI supports policies that increase security while maintaining the benefits cyberspace provides. ITI works to ensure that cybersecurity policies in the United States and around the world reflect the interconnected and interoperable global nature of today’s digital environment. In order to secure cyberspace, ITI advocates for cybersecurity policies that are adaptable to rapidly emerging threats, technologies, and business models; are based on effective risk management, and leverage public-private partnerships.
Digital Strategies in Pacific Alliance Countries (July 14, 2021)
A study by ITI and Tanque de Análisis y Creatividad de las TIC (TicTac) on the digital shifts Latin American countries made during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Policy Principles for Cybersecurity Certification (September 01, 2020)
- ITI Comments on Supply Chain NPRM (January 10, 2020)
- ITI Response to ENISA Consultation Paper on the EU's ICT Industrial Strategy (September 11, 2019)
- Industry Letter on Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities Administrative Regulation Response to MIIT (July 18, 2019)
Taking a Closer Look at Cybersecurity Incident Reporting (June 16, 2021)
Recent cybersecurity incidents, notably the sophisticated nation-state backed supply chain compromise of SolarWinds and the profoundly disruptive ransomware attack of the Colonial Pipeline, have placed ...
In a Post-SolarWinds World, Let’s Reimagine What a “Trusted Supplier” Is (March 09, 2021)
Over the last few years, policymakers in Washington, D.C. rightfully recognized that malicious actors could use the government’s information and communications technology (ICT) supply chain as an attack ...
Five Recommendations to Strengthen the Role of the Incoming National Cyber Director (January 13, 2021)
On January 20, the Biden-Harris Administration will assume control of a tumultuous policy landscape. The ongoing SolarWinds breach and the ongoing cyber threats in the wake of the January 6 attack on the ...
The U.S. Government is Working to Secure its IT Supply Chain. Here’s How To Get It Right. (September 21, 2020)
With news of cyber-attacks and IP theft rippling across the government contracting world, officials in the United States Congress and Executive Branch have recognized the importance of securing federal ...
McAfee’s Chief Scientist on Cybersecurity and Misinformation During COVID-19 (July 07, 2020)
Raj Samani, Chief Scientist at McAfee and a leading cybersecurity expert, joins the Download On Tech podcast to share his perspective on the new—and old—cyber threats being faced by organizations in the ...
ITI Issues First-of-their-Kind Principles for Cyber Incident Reporting (July 19, 2021)
WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI published Principles for Security Incident Reporting in the U.S., first-of-their-kind recommendations designed to help inform U.S. policymakers as ...
ITI Testifies Before Senate Committee on Implementing Supply Chain Resiliency (July 15, 2021)
WASHINGTON – Today, ITI Senior Vice President of Policy and General Counsel John Miller presented the global tech industry’s perspective on implementing supply chain resiliency. In testimony before the ...
ITI Welcomes Bipartisan Plan to Modernize U.S. Infrastructure (June 24, 2021)
WASHINGTON — Today, global tech trade association ITI welcomed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework, a measure to modernize U.S. infrastructure: “Investments in digital technologies and infrastructure ...
ITI Encourages Holistic Approach to Supply Chain Security as Administration Activities to Implement Cyber EO Ramp Up (June 17, 2021)
WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI recommended the Biden Administration continue to approach supply chain security in a holistic manner as it considers Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) ...
ITI Addresses Evolving Nature of Software Supply Chain Standards in Comments to NIST (May 27, 2021)
WASHINGTON — Today, global tech trade association ITI emphasized the need for continuous review of software supply chain standards and best practices given the ever-evolving nature of risks and vulnerabilities ...