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Lawmakers call for cyber leadership as they introduce bill that would create White House post
The push for creating a “national cyber director” is gaining fresh traction, with support from Republicans.
DHS memo: 'Significant' security risks presented by online voting
The advisory is perhaps the federal government’s sternest official warning yet against online voting.
Congressional pressure builds for White House to share classified cyber authorizations
The House voted in favor of ordering the Trump administration to release the classified memorandum that made it easier for the Pentagon to run offense cyber-operations against U.S. adversaries.
Shutdown erodes feds' ability to set cyber strategies, say lawmaker and ex-DHS officials
The shutdown has stalled some of DHS’s more anticipatory work, like vulnerability assessments of critical systems and election-security initiatives.
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 supply chain and CDM bills pass the House
One bill would give DHS authority to block IT vendors deemed to pose a national security threat from contracting with it. The other would codify the agency's CDM program into law.