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.
- ITI letter on Cloud Certification Scheme ('SecNumCloud') (December 09, 2021)
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)
Cyber Incident Reporting Demands an Interoperable, Global Approach (March 18, 2022)
On March 15, U.S. President Joe Biden signed a $1.5 trillion omnibus spending bill into law, which included innovative provisions that introduce new cyber incident reporting obligations for critical infrastructure ...
Five Policy Initiatives That Will Shape U.S. IT Procurement in 2022 (February 17, 2022)
The Biden Administration continues to advance a multitude of technology and cybersecurity initiatives that will reset the way the U.S. government and professionals approach procurement in federal information ...
Three Ways the U.S. Government Can Advance Successful Implementation of the Cyber Executive Order (November 09, 2021)
November 12 marks six months since the Biden Administration issued the sweeping Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity (EO), setting a milestone in the advancement of a coherent federal ...
What’s Next for the Transatlantic Trade and Technology Council? (October 21, 2021)
On 12 October 2021, ITI hosted a hybrid panel event, “What’s Next for the Transatlantic Trade and Technology Council (TTC)?” at Euractiv Studios. The event was moderated by ITI’s President and CEO Jason ...
New OMB Final Rule Shows the Biden Administration is Taking the Right Approach to Federal IT Supply Chain Security (September 28, 2021)
The Biden Administration, like the Trump Administration before it, has made securing IT supply chains a top priority. In 2021, the new administration released two key executive orders: one focused on supply ...
ITI Marks First Anniversary of Executive Order to Advance U.S. Cybersecurity (May 12, 2022)
WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI issued the following statement to mark the one-year anniversary of the Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity: “President Biden’s ...
ITI Urges SEC to Delay Proposed Rule on Cybersecurity to Deconflict, Mitigate Security Risks (May 09, 2022)
WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI urged the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to delay implementation of its Proposed Rule on Cybersecurity Risk Management, Strategy, Governance, ...
ITI Raises Concerns that India’s Proposed Cybersecurity Directive Could Undermine Security Goals (May 06, 2022)
NEW DELHI – Today, global tech trade association ITI outlined concerns to the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team’s (CERT-In) Directive related to Information security practices, procedure, prevention, ...
ITI Recommends Ways to Streamline NIST Cybersecurity Framework To Better Reflect Evolving Cyber Landscape (April 27, 2022)
WASHINGTON – Today, in recommendations to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), global tech trade association ITI outlined how the NIST Cybersecurity Framework could be updated to ...
ITI Reacts to Warnings of Russian Cyber Attacks to U.S. Businesses (March 21, 2022)
WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI issued the following statement from its President and CEO Jason Oxman on the warning to U.S. businesses regarding the threat of Russia-backed cyber-attacks ...