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Are changes coming to the federal protective service? We'll hear from Mississippi representative Bennie Thompson who says that change MUST happen, and soon.
Maryland and Virginia have new laws going into effect on Jan. 1, 2011.
The senate is considering a bill that would require all private sector companies to report cyber attacks.
A leading House proponent of cybersecurity legislation is doubtful new cyber laws will pass during the lame duck session.
Any effort to get a cybersecurity measure passed will depend on piggybacking on other legislation, Cybersecurity News reports.
Legislation is waiting for Congress to come back to work.
Legislation proposed in the House of Representatives today would require all agencies to invest significant time and resources in managerial training.