Congress recently passed legislation including a requirement for critical infrastructure entities to notify government on cyber attacks.
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry claims to have enlisted a private cyber group to disrupt flow of arms from Russia.
Lenovo, Facebook and Microsoft sit on board of non-profit group led by Interim Executive Director Lisa Plaggemier.
Republican interests in the Senate squashed cyber reporting requirements in a bipartisan draft of the bill.
Efforts to shore up the security of government systems will require continued investment from Congress.
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Reps. Darren Soto, D-Fla., and Bill Flores, R-Texas, introduced the bipartisan Leveraging American Understanding of Next-generation Challenges Exploring Space (LAUNCHES) Act on Tuesday. The […]
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