Pentagon hands lawmakers a list of critical technologies to protect from cyber adversaries

By Rick Weber  
January 10, 2019 at 11:15 AM
The Defense Department has submitted a list of technologies that must be protected from cyber and foreign adversaries such as Russia and China, according to a spokesman for the House Armed Services Committee, a move that is intended to guide efforts to secure the military's cyber supply chain and reform the acquisitions process. The committee "has received it," said a spokesman for committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-WA) in response to a question about whether DOD met its Dec. 31 deadline...

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