House-Senate compromise version of defense policy bill excludes major cyber provisions, Solarium Commission proposals

By Charlie Mitchell / December 7, 2021 at 2:55 PM
The House and Senate Armed Services committees today unveiled a compromise fiscal year 2022 defense authorization bill to be voted on in each chamber, without including a number of high-profile cybersecurity amendments such as a cyber incident reporting mandate and assorted recommendations of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission. A House proposal to codify the FedRAMP technology security program was also dropped from the final version of the defense policy bill. The defense authorization bill in recent years has been the prime...

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