US Legislators Weaving Cybersecurity, National Stockpile Care Into Pandemics Bill
House Energy and Commerce Committee members crafting a pandemic-planning reauthorization bill are adding device cybersecurity details to the language to help maintain the nation’s stockpile of countermeasures to infectious disease outbreaks and chemical, nuclear and biological attacks.
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