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Senate panel approves bill enhancing DHS' ability to share threat intelligence with private sector

May 16, 2019 |
Mariam Baksh

The Senate Homeland Security Committee approved two bipartisan bills that would establish a structure for intelligence officials at the Department of Homeland Security to share information about cybersecurity threats with the private sector, and provide counterintelligence training for federal procurement officials to mitigate such threats.

The panel voted unanimously Wednesday to pass the bills -- the Counter Threats Advisory Board Act and the Supply Chain Counterintelligence Training Act -- which appear to complement the Trump administration's strategy to address...


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