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10/28/2022
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The Federal Communications Commission proposes a 72-hour breach reporting timeline for companies such as broadcasters that participate in national public alert systems. NARA digitizes 200 million pages of government records. CISA announces cybersecurity performance goals for critical infrastructure. This is FedScoop for Oct. 28.

FCC proposes 72-hour breach reporting timeline for emergency alert system participants

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday proposed rules that would require companies such as broadcasters and cable providers that participate in public alert systems to report cyber breach incidents that affect certain equipment within 72 hours. Nihal Krishan has the story.


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National Archives digitizes 200 million pages of government records

The National Archives and Records Administration announced Wednesday that it has digitized just over 200 million pages for its online catalog, out of a total of 500 million pages of government records the agency plans to process by 2026. Nihal Krishan has this also.


CISA announces cybersecurity performance goals for critical infrastructure

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued long-awaited performance goals aimed at setting baseline vital practices for critical infrastructure. The agency created the voluntary goals to broadly apply across all 16 critical infrastructure sectors with a particular focus on the smaller organizations that lack the resources for a robust cybersecurity plan. Christian Vasquez has the details for CyberScoop.


Accelerating use of emerging tech is key pillar of new National Defense Strategy

The 2022 National Defense Strategy, released publicly for the first time on Thursday, emphasizes a deep need to accelerate the Pentagon’s capacity to buy and deploy emerging and disruptive technologies that will be vital to securing military superiority over advanced adversaries such as China. Brandi Vincent has the story for DefenseScoop.


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