Senate Intel Committee's Cyber Bill Wrapped Into Amendment As Part Of NDAA Debate

Biesecker, Calvin
June 2015
Defense Daily;6/11/2015, p10
Market Research Report
The article reports that a legislation passed in early 2015 by the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee that would allow increased sharing of cyber threat data between the public and private sectors may be considered as part of the U.S. Senate's version of its fiscal year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act.


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