The Secure Elections Act would let states to replace outdated machines, among other forms of assistance from the federal government.
A bill that passed the House Foreign Affairs committee Tuesday calls on the White House to develop a publicly available list of APT groups identified by the U.S. government.
House Democrats on Tuesday introduced legislation to codify a top cybersecurity position at the White House following National Security Adviser John Bolton’s decision to eliminate the role.
Senate Judiciary Committee staffers have started talking with technology companies on what would be in a bill that tackles the "going dark" problem.
The legislation is a companion to a bill proposed in the House last month. It would prohibit the U.S. government from contracting with companies that use equipment or services from Huawei and ZTE.
Congress took the first step in reestablishing a State Department office that was dedicated to developing global norms for digital espionage and more.