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The decision by voters in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union may have little impact on implementation of new EU data security rules -- and U.S. and other companies operating in the UK should still expect to comply with those requirements, according to a new analysis by PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

The organization charged with developing standards and guidance for creating information sharing and analysis organizations will transition into a supporting role for ISAOs once guidance is completed in September, according to the deputy director of the standards organization.

The House and Senate appear on course to offer conflicting approaches in the annual Commerce-Justice-Science appropriations bill to reviewing the security of government technology purchases, with the Senate once again trying to remove mentions of China from the requirements.

Calls for greater clarity on the liability protections provided by the Cybersecurity Act of 2015 could be addressed in a Department of Homeland Security cyber reorganization bill that may reach the House floor in July, according to sources, but that determination has yet to be made.