No state has emerged as "the" model for cyber security policy and information sharing; nor is any likely to - given the varying needs, resources, and strategic priorities of the many states. Rather, as Justice Brandeis suggested, we've seen in cyber security a classic example of the complexities of federalism and the "laboratories of democracy." That said, the Garden State has shown thoughtfulness and innovation in its recent policy and organizational choices related to cyber security. In rec
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