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Officials Split Over New Cyber Legislation

Cyber

Fears of cyberattacks by Russia prompted a Senate bill to create new cybersecurity requirements and standards for agencies and contractors. The CISA director praised the reporting mandate in the legislation as a critical tool for enhancing US cyber defenses. Some in the Biden administration say the bill is flawed and will make the country less safe.

TPP to Host Cyber Threats Briefing

Cyber

The Patuxent Partnership will offer a cyber threats briefing on September 14 at the University System of Maryland at Southern Maryland in California.

US Finds Russia ‘Likely’ Behind Cyberhack

Cyber Threats

The entire US intelligence committee confirms the massive cyber-attack on the US ‘likely’ came from Russia. The FBI, CISA, ODNI, and NSA are working in concert to remediate the attacks.

More Russian-US Confrontations

Russian

Russian fighter jets repeatedly veered 100 feet in front of a US Air Force B-52 bomber over the Black Sea. Six Russian warplanes flew close enough to Alaska that Air Force F-22s scrambled to intercept them. And seven US soldiers were injured when a Russian armored vehicle deliberately rammed an American patrol in northeast Syria.

Sikorski Investigated for Illegal Billings

Sikorski Sea King

United Technologies blames a subsidiary, says Lockheed knew of the investigation before agreeing to acquire Sikorski from United Technologies.