MAYBE SO, MAYBE NO: When Congress returns later this month, the Senate majority leader has promised to take up cybersecurity legislation. But the most optimistic odds of it passing are 50-50, says Jim Lewis, director of the technology and public policy program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. It may be possible to reach a compromise on versions of a bill passed in the House and a Senate information-sharing bill, Lewis says. But such a bill would be more of a feel-good ...
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