Lawmakers reintroduce bill to finance 5G projects in 22 European countries
The legislation aims to rid potentially compromised equipment from networks in Central and Eastern Europe.
Industry collaboration will make or break cybersecurity executive order
Agencies' have previously struggled to find the right tech startups to implement zero-trust security.
Senators urge ‘flexibility’ administering Technology Modernization Fund
Administrators must consider increasing staffing levels, adjusting project selection criteria and reconsidering repayment terms for agencies, according to their letter.
Senators envision International Technology Partnership to oppose China’s dominance of emerging tech
A new bill would create a Technology Partnership Office within the State Department to pursue policy, research and investment collaboration among democratic countries.
After news of SolarWinds breach, Capitol Hill turns attention to CISA
CISA's cyber-protection teams can only do so much without enhanced threat-hunting authority — and with a vacancy in leadership looming large, lawmakers said.
Sen. Warner: Pentagon tech spending should be ‘reexamined’ post-COVID
Defense funding will likely be curtailed to address federal deficit increases, at a time when when investments in cybersecurity and 5G are needed to compete with China, the Virginia senator said.