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Rep. Rogers, new top Republican on Homeland Security: Government still must get 'ahead of curve' on cyber

March 01, 2019 |
Maggie Miller
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New House Homeland Security ranking member Mike Rogers (R-AL) sees improving the cybersecurity workforce and addressing election security as top priorities for the committee, while adding in an exclusive interview that neither Congress nor the executive branch have “been able to get ahead of” evolving cyber threats.

And, Rogers told Inside Cybersecurity on Thursday, he and new Homeland Security Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-MS) have agreed they will focus only on cyber-related bills that the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs...


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