Here’s What Businesses Need to Know About Current Cyber Threats
Following President Biden's most recent statement on our nation's national security and evolving intelligence that the Russian government is exploring options for potential cyberattacks. Here is everything businesses need to know.
Cyberattacks have increasingly affected both public and private entities. Those attacks underscore the need for coordinated action. The U.S. Chamber believes public-private partnership is critical to robust cybersecurity. Together, we must work proactively to make sure key cyber systems are always ready to handle increasing and evolving threats. When government works with the business community, we can enhance security, drive international collaboration, and hold malicious cybercriminals accountable when they violate domestic and international laws.
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Ransomware poses a major cybersecurity threat to businesses. Here’s what business owners should know about preparing for and countering ransomware attacks.
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U.S. and European industry stress the need for coordinated, consistent, technical standards-based policy and regulation at the U.S.-EU Cyber Dialogue.
This policy brief summarizes key issues on government requirements for notification, reporting, and cyber information sharing.
How “Sovereignty” Requirements Undermine Cybersecurity and Harm Transatlantic Ties
This Coalition letter was sent to the Members of a number of House and Senate Committees, on a provision in the FY23 National Defense Authorization Act related to the semiconductor supply chain.
This Coalition letter was sent to the House and Senate Armed Services Committees, the House Committee on Homeland Security, and the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, on Section 1627 of the FY23 National Defense Authorization Act, a provision dealing with Software Bill of Materials (SBOMs).
This National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, learn how to protect you and your company from the top cybersecurity threats with these helpful tips.
This Coalition letter was sent to Members of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, Members of the Senate Committee on Armed Services, and Members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on a cybersecurity amendment to H.R. 7900, the National Defense Authorization Act.