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The Cybersecurity Act

S. 2105: Cybersecurity Act of 2012

Summary: A bill to enhance the security and resiliency of the cyber and communications infrastructure of the United States. (More Info)

The Cybersecurity Act (S. 2105) was introduced in the 112th Congress, which has adjourned. It has not yet been reintroduced.

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TechAmerica 8,229 Facebook fans

February 14, 2012 – TechAmerica today applauded the introduction of the, “Cybersecurity Act of 2012” by Senators Lieberman, Collins, Rockefeller and Feinstein saying that the legislation provides several important elements for addressing the nation’s cybersecurity including elevating critical infrastructure protection, fostering better public-private sector information sharing on cyber threats, encouraging international cybercrime coordination and modernizing the Federal Information Security and Management Act (FISMA)

“TechAmerica strongly commends Chairman Lieberman, Ranking Member Collins, Chairman Rockefeller and Chairwoman Feinstein for their tireless leadership in elevating cybersecurity to a top national priority. Today’s introduction is a major step forward towards enhancing our nation ...

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Automation Federation

Dear Senators Lieberman, Collins, Carper, and Rockefeller:

The Automation Federation would like to express our appreciation to each one of you for leadership and commitment to address the need to protect our critical information infrastructure and industrial automation and control systems (IACS) from cyber attacks. We support your efforts in proposed legislation to address the challenges our nation faces to deter cyber attacks against our information structure.

Within the national emphasis on industrial infrastructure security, the cyber or electronic security of IACS is critical because of the potentially disastrous impact a compromise would have on human safety, and welfare, economic ...

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