February 25, 2020

Congressional regulation of federal cybersecurity offers only a mixed-bag of solutions

By Carrie Cordero

Cybersecurity is a big challenge for the federal government because of the way it encompasses technology, foreign policy, national security and crime. Carrie Cordero argues that Congressional oversight of federal cybersecurity is too much of a patchwork and ought to be consolidated. Cordero is an attorney with long experience in the national security end of the government, and is now a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security. She joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss.

Listen to the full conversation and more in Federal News Network.

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