When it comes to cybersecurity, there’s a growing movement behind company and government collaboration. While promulgated by groups like Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) and its law firm-focused offshoot Legal Services Information Sharing & Analysis Organization (LS-ISAO) , collaboration remains an exception rather than the norm.

Clete Johnson, who since 2006 has worked in a variety of government positions focused on improving cybersecurity in the private sector, is a proponent of information sharing. He was the first ever chief counsel for cybersecurity at the Federal Communications Commission before becoming senior adviser for cybersecurity and technology at the U.S. Department of Commerce. Before these positions, Johnson was former Sen. John D. Rockefeller’s designated counsel on the Senate Intelligence Committee, and he served as an Army officer in Germany, Korea, and the Balkans.

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