- Jan 6, 2022 4:36 pm GMT
“However, I remain concerned that we will likely never know the full scope and impacts of this widespread vulnerability, or the risk posed to critical infrastructure. Our federal government still lacks the necessary insight to understand the threat facing our nation, protect our networks, and impose consequences on malicious hackers. I will continue pushing to pass my bipartisan legislation to require critical infrastructure companies to report a substantial attack or when they pay ransom so the government can better assess national risk, prepare for national security impacts, and execute coordinated responses.
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