Senate Cybersecurity Legislation
This discussion was part of a Washington Post conference on cybersecurity.
Panelists talked about prospects for passing cybersecurity legislation in the U.S. Senate, S.2105. Topics included the necessity of the legislation what is included in the bill, and reasons it was stalled in the Senate. They also answered questions from audience members.
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Mary Jordan Editor Washington Post->Live
- James Andrew Lewis Senior Fellow and Director Center for Strategic and International Studies->Technology and Public Policy Program
Jeffrey Ratner Counsel Senate Homeland Security and Govt. Affairs Subcmte.
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