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September 22, 2020

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By Sara Friedman

The Cyberspace Solarium Commission is working on a white paper examining how the federal government can work with the information and communications technology sector to strengthen the U.S. supply chain.

By Charlie Mitchell

A new bill by Senate Commerce Committee Republicans -- to be discussed at a hearing this week -- aims to bolster citizens’ control of their own data, setting uniform protections to be enforced by the Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general.

By Isabelle Icso

The Treasury Department has issued a final rule revising the requirements for some transactions -- involving U.S. businesses affiliated with the production of critical technologies -- to be declared to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.

By Sara Friedman

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s virtual summit continues this week with its second event in a four-part series, featuring panels on software supply chain and 5G security, while the Senate Judiciary Committee explores intellectual property theft during the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Charlie Mitchell

The Commerce Department ban on TiKTok has been stayed for a week, as a deal for Oracle and Walmart to take control of a new TikTok Global appears to address the Trump administration’s security concerns about Chinese government access to data through the popular social media app.

By Sara Friedman

Defense Department acquisition CISO Katie Arrington says the Pentagon is making progress on its cyber certification program that will eventually encompass the entire Defense Industrial Base.

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