Revamped cybersecurity law lands on Senate to-do list

03/18/2010 | Computerworld

The second time might be the charm for the Cybersecurity Act, a law initially introduced last year but was kicked back for redrafting. A controversial element that would have let the President cut off networks from the Internet during national emergencies has been deleted and new provisions call for the White House to work with critical infrastructure vendors on identifying and securing IT systems deemed critical to national interests.

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