Utilities agree with Sen. Rockefeller on cybersecurity bill

10/8/2012 | Smart Grid News

Four leading electrical utility groups have written a letter to Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, urging Congress to pass cybersecurity legislation. "Given the differences of opinion evident in the Senate debate, it may be difficult for Congress to agree on a government-wide framework for cybersecurity that accounts for all 18 critical infrastructure sectors," the letter states. "In the meantime, in the absence of consensus, we would encourage Congress to act on legislation improving information-sharing capabilities among government and industry."

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