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Man-in-the-browser attacks threaten government systems too, FCC wants comments on cyber policy
Learn more about the advances in communications technology and services.
Douglas Sicker now holds the post.
The Senate is now considering a bill, approved last week by the House, designed to help the nation's electrical grid evolve into an enhanced Smart Grid which would help protect itself from cyber-attacks. In addition, however, the Smart Grid is also expected to help the nation do a better job of managing our electrical resources. A group of federal employees recently talked about their role in developing the Smart Grid.
Learn more in today's cybersecurity update.
The Federal Communications Commission wants to find out whether broadband providers are delivering Internet connections that are as fast as advertised. John Horrigan, consumer research director at the FCC, explains.
Commission seeks comments from industry on how the program should work. FCC wants it to be a voluntary program based on market incentives.
OMB shifts to real time cybersecurity monitoring, cyberdefenses put to the test during annual NSA exercise, FCC considers testing cybersecurity compliancy
Counting down the most important Federal news stories of the week with Jerry Davis and Julie Myers Wood.
Congress is asking the FCC to inventory spectrum with an eye to eventually reallocating it to new applications. Joining us to explain the recent decision to reallocate the part of the spectrum used by wireless microphones is the FCC's Ruth Milkman.