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Negotiations on election-security legislation could reshape DHS info-sharing authority

March 12, 2018 |
Rick Weber
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Recent events on Capitol Hill regarding election security highlight what's at stake for the Department of Homeland Security in terms of its relationship and authority with states in sharing cyber-threat intelligence, with implications for all groups and sectors that rely on such information to defend against cyber attacks.

Foremost among these developments are negotiations between a bipartisan group of senators and mostly Republican state officials over proposed legislation that had been offered as part of DHS reauthorization but is now...

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