Table of Contents - January 17, 2020

Senate Bill Would Give States Cybersecurity Coordinators

Legislation that would require the Department of Homeland Security to establish a Cybersecurity State Coordinator program that would help state and local governments bolster their cyber defenses was introduced today by Sens. Maggie Hassan (D., N.H.), John Cornyn (R., Texas), Rob Portman (R., Ohio), and Gary Peters (D., Mich.).

"Cyber attacks can be devastating for communities across our country, from ransomware attacks that can block access to school or medical records to cyber attacks that can shut down electrical grids or banking services," Sen. Hassan said.

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