The U.S. government shutdown and political gridlock are delaying efforts to advance cybersecurity legislation. Although threats are still evolving and cyberattacks continue, there might not be any significant advancement of cybersecurity measures this year, said Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I. "The most important thing that Congress can do for the nation's cybersecurity right now is to fund the entire government, including cybersecurity missions and operations," a White House spokesman said.

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