Offensive Security Hails Passage of Several Cybersecurity Bills in Congress

Offensive Security Hails Passage of Several Cybersecurity Bills in Congress

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The battlefields of the 21st century have shifted to the cyberspace domain where malicious cyber attacks pose a national threat to the critical infrastructure of America and the safety of its citizens.

Over the last few months, the U.S. Congress has adopted several vital pieces of cybersecurity legislation, some of which were recently signed into law by President Biden. Given past high-profile cybersecurity breaches at Colonial Pipeline, SolarWinds, and even our federal government agencies, Americans are paying more attention to cybersecurity and recognizing the need to improve standards across industry and government.

Most recently in May of 2022, the President signed into law two cybersecurity bills recently adopted by Congress, the National Cybersecurity Preparedness Consortium Act of 2021 (S.658), and the Better Cybercrime Metrics Act (S.2629).

In addition, Congress has passed several bills over the last two weeks, namely the Federal Rotational Cyber Workforce Program Act of 2021 (S.1097),

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