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Cybersecurity Bills Pass House Homeland Security Committee

October 30, 2013

The House Homeland Security Committee amended and approved two cybersecurity bills Oct. 29 aimed at 1) boosting government cybersecurity R&D in cooperation with industry and 2) ensuring there is a skilled work force to implement protections of critical infrastructure.

The R&D bill would encourage the development of new infrastructure protection technologies and ensure information is shared between government and the private sector.


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