Is it possible for the government to be too aggressive when it comes to cybersecurity? Jarno Vanto, a partner in the privacy and cybersecurity group at Crowell & Moring, doesn’t think that the U.S. is in danger of finding out any time soon.

“I think there’s more that there’s been a general sentiment that the government is doing too little right now. At least the media right now has been emphasizing that there’s been too little effort to protect critical infrastructure,” he said.

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