Cybersecurity Legislation Introduced in the House and SenateOn March 2, legislators in both the House of Representatives (House) and the Senate introduced several bills relating to cybersecurity reforms. As of this writing, the text of the bills below has not been publicly released.The following bills were introduced in the House:H.R.1340, the Interagency Cybersecurity Cooperation Act. Introduced by Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY), the bill “requires the [Federal Communications Commission] (FCC) to create an interagency committee to review cybersecurity incidents, recommend investigations, and issue regular reports on the results of these investigations including relevant findings and policy recommendations,” according to a statement on Rep. Engel’s website. The bill has been referred to the House Energy and Commerce Committee (House Commerce Committee) and the House Committee on Oversight & Government Reform.H.R.1324, the Securing IoT Act. Introduced by Rep. Jerry McNerney (D-CA), the bill has been reported to require the FCC to create, in conjunction with the National Institute of Standards and Technology, cybersecurity standards for Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The bill has been referred to the House Commerce Committee.H.R.1335, the Cybersecurity Responsibility Act. The legislation, introduced by Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-NY) would direct the FCC “to establish regulations protecting communications networks from… Read full this story
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