The Senate shot down another attempt to shore up the nation's cyber defenses legislatively last week. Sen. Susan Collins (Maine), the top Republican on the Senate Homeland Security Committee and others insisted that the bill included important information-sharing provisions that went beyond what can be done through executive order, a version of which was signed in October. The bill's failure opens the door for that order to move forward. Other Republicans voted against the measure in ...
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