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FCW : October 2014
38 October 2014 FCW.COM CIOPerspective • Further support for the maturation of community-driven XML data stan- dards developed under NIEM to help overcome technical barriers to shar- ing information. • Widespread adoption of the efforts of DHS and other agencies to set data- tagging standards to enable specific protections and limitations on data use or to handle special cases gov- erned by law or regulation. • Aggressive implementation of new technologies and the upgrade, con- solidation and retirement of older sys- tems to enable enhanced information sharing. The continued stovepiped nature of many government systems and the lack of unified IT infrastruc- ture are the greatest inhibitors to properly sharing information. In July, the former commission members issued “Reflections on the Tenth Anniversary of the 9/11 Com- mission Report.” Regarding the threat of terrorism, the report states, “The ‘generational struggle’ against terror- ism described in ‘The 9/11 Commis- sion Report’ is far from over. Rather, it is entering a new and dangerous phase, and America cannot afford to let down its guard.” The report makes two recommen- dations with regard to information sharing: 1. The director of national intel- ligence should focus on advancing interagency information sharing, uni- fied IT capabilities and other commu- nitywide initiatives. 2. Congress should enact legislation to enable companies to collaborate with the government to counter cyber- security threats. “Companies should be able to share cyber threat informa- tion with the government without fear of liability,” the report states. 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