UPDATE: Biden signs Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act into law

17/03/2022 | US Government

The US Senate has passed the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act, which consists of a package of bills presented to enhance US cybersecurity. The legislation would require companies involved in critical infrastructure, including energy and health care, to report cyberattacks and ransomware payments. A 72-hour breach reporting requirement is also included. The bill has now moved to the US House for further consideration.

UPDATE: 170322 - Tech Target reports US President Joe Biden has signed the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act into law.

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