Senate Intelligence Committee is 'very close' to agreement on cybersecurity legislation

Hattem, Julian
March 2014
Hill;3/12/2014, Vol. 21 Issue 32, p12
The article reports on the near completion of the cybersecurity legislation to be passed by the Senate Intelligence Committee.


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