Cybersecurity is too important to be bogged down in government bureaucracy

Tom Donilon’s July 16 Sunday Opinion commentary, “How to hack-proof the next election,” hit the target in citing the need for public-private partnerships to tackle the issue of cybersecurity, yet he predictably called for more bureaucracy (“a cyber-FEMA”) to tackle an issue that yearns for private-sector innovation and collaboration. History has shown that government agencies have been too lax with their cybersecurity efforts. A problem that threatens the “sovereignty” of a nation demands the best and brightest, often in the private sector.

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