Security chief sees US cyber legislation this summer
Congress is likely to agree on cybersecurity legislation this summer, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said, citing growing consensus among lawmakers on the need to help industry share data with government about attacks on computer networks. Lawmakers have been considering legislation to clarify how private companies should be required to disclose security breaches and cyber threats, but spats over liability and privacy protections have repeatedly thwarted comprehensive cybersecurity bills.
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