The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday (February 4) overwhelmingly approved a bill aimed at protecting the Internet and vulnerable computer networks by funding cybersecurity research and training.
The cybersecurity legislation, which was approved by a vote of 422 to five, allocates funding to improve cybersecurity in the federal government and the public and private sectors. It calls for the training of a skilled workforce, cybersecurity research and development and public education efforts.
The U.S. Senate is also considering cybersecurity legislation which contains more sweeping measures.
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