With no comprehensive cybersecurity legislation nearing the finish line, Congress and federal agencies have attempted to fill the void with a series of piecemeal laws, regulations, and polices leaving both the public and private sector with fragmented — even inconsistent — guidance on how to defend cyberspace.  As we discuss in our recent article, “Regulating Cybersecurity On A Piecemeal Basis—Can The Executive Order Harmonize The Cyber Law Patchwork?”, the President’s recent Executive Order seeking to harmonize this patchwork of laws is a promising start, but public agencies and private companies will face continuing compliance nightmares in trying to reconcile these sector-by-sector cybersecurity regimes with the already daunting task of protecting military secrets, corporate intellectual property, and critical infrastructure against the escalating barrage of cyber attacks.