3/17/16 – By Alex Koma
A bill to let Florida’s state agencies keep information about network security breaches and cyberattacks confidential is now headed to Gov. Rick Scott’s desk, following months of negotiations among IT leaders, lawmakers and open government advocates.
When state Sen. Alan Hays introduced the legislation — which would create an exemption in Florida’s public records law to shield any information about breaches and reviews of the state’s cybersecurity systems from public disclosure — in October, it immediately prompted pushback.[Read More]