Cybersecurity is a critical issue we face today. The threats are real and the need is pressing. Read More.
As the House began its consideration of cybersecurity legislation last month, there was reason to be optimistic about the course that the House Leadership and the House Intelligence Committee had set. Read More.
Cybersecurity has emerged as an issue of vital national security. Governments, businesses and individuals are under attack from other governments, cyber-criminals, and "hacktivists." These attacks steal hundreds of billions of dollars in personal and business data and compromise sensitive government operations. The U.S. needs constructive answers for cyber threats.
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