"It is in our best interest for the US economy to sustain e-commerce by providing higher levels of security for federal agencies and creating a standard of care for critical infrastructures. As buildings adhere to fire codes so to must critical infrastructures develop cybersecurity codes," said Tom Kellermann, VP, Cybersecurity, Trend Micro. "As evidenced by the CSIS Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th President findings, it has become self-evident that our nation necessitates balanced legislation in order to preserve our national and economic security."
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