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Influential Republican lawmaker proposes new cybersecurity-focused agency – FedScoop

Michael McCaul said the launch of such an agency will be one of his highest priorities in 2017. U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas — cc 2.0 This report first appeared on CyberScoop. House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul announced plans Wednesday to push for the creation of a new …

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Obama's got a new cybersecurity plan, but what's the point? – Engadget

The report, which identified six key issues for improving the cybersecurity of the US as a whole, is meaningless without the buy-in of the next administration. “The commission considers this report a direct memo to the next president,” it states. “It is critical that the next president and his administration …

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Cybersecurity, hacking and influencing elections – Jamaica Observer

Cybersecurity, hacking and influencing elections Sunday, December 11, 2016     Not unexpectedly, cybersecurity over confidential information stored on computers and transmitted over the Internet is a growing issue. Government and private data storage and transmission are vulnerable to ‘hackers’ ranging from individuals motivated by perverse satisfaction, companies stealing …

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