/// Internet Providers Persuade FCC Panel Against Cyber Security Recommendations
Big Internet providers seem to have talked their way out of unwelcome new recommendations on cyber security. An original draft of a report by a Federal Communications Commission panel, viewed by The Wall Street Journal, endorsed a list of concrete suggestions for major telecommunications and cable companies to tackle the cyber security problem. Those measures — which included steps such as controlling which employees have administrative privileges on company networks –weren’t backed in the final report, which FCC officials said was to be released Monday evening. Read the rest of this post on the original site »
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