Feb. 7, 2013 – A plan for reviving legislation on the sharing of information on cyber security threats could be announced by week’s end by the House Intelligence Committee, a report said.
The panel’s leaders, Chairman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., and Ranking Member Dutch Ruppersberger, D-Md., are discussing how they will revise last year’s cyber security measure and promote it in this Congress, Congressional Quarterly reported. The measure is expected to be similar to H.R. 3523, which was passed by the House last year on a vote of 248-168.
The president is expected to unveil a cyber security order later this month, according to reports on the growing number of cyber attacks on organizations, including U.S. financial institutions.
Credit unions will get to delve more deeply into current trends and tools for protecting systems and member data during NAFCU’s Technology and Security Conference, Feb. 26-28 in Austin, Texas.