From: BNA

By George R. Lynch


“The problem is that relationships between regulators and the businesses they regulate are inherently adversarial—NOT collaborative,” Pritzker said in her prepared remarks for a keynote address at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Cybersecurity Summit. “Trust is the linchpin of the digital economy. Failure to cultivate that trust will not only leave us vulnerable to attacks on critical infrastructure, but risk slowing the pace of American innovation,” she said.

“The only way we will be able to combat the growing number of cybersecurity threats that are endangering our nation’s national and economic security is if industry and government work together, which is a central theme of our summit today,” Ann Beauchesne, senior vice president for national security and emergency preparedness at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said.

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