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Lawmakers offer Illinois election work as blueprint to secure 2020
Building on progress made in Illinois and elsewhere requires more federal money, experts say.
Democrats ask Trump administration to publish 2018 election security report
2018 midterm security efforts have been hailed as a success, but some lawmakers are calling for a public report on that work in the interest of transparency.
Rep. Langevin: We need a DHS briefing to understand extent of DNS hijacking threat
“We need to understand the scope of this action and how many agencies were actually affected,” Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I., told CyberScoop.
DHS security unit makes another big hire from elsewhere in government
The National Protection and Programs Directorate has hired Daniel Kroese, the chief of staff for Republican Rep. John Ratcliffe, as a senior adviser.
Rep. Mike McCaul: It's taken too long to reauthorize NPPD
Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, also painted a bleak picture when it comes to the cybersecurity threats the U.S. faces from foreign adversaries.
Experts say government's information sharing program is all take and no give
Cyberthreat information sharing among private sector companies and with the federal government suffers from a tragedy of the commons, lawmakers were told Wednesday — everyone wants to receive, but few are prepared to make the effort to give back.