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Cyber Report | February 16th, 2024

There were a number of notable developments related to AI, cybersecurity, and technology this week in DC. In Congress, Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) reintroduced the bipartisan Kids Online Safety Act, which seeks to implement privacy protections related to social platform use for children and teens. Furthermore, a group of 87 House Democrats sent a letter to the administration applauding their digital trade activity. 

Meanwhile, in the administration, NIST announced that they are planning to release the highly anticipated update of its hallmark cybersecurity framework guidance – Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 – on Monday, February 26th. Additionally, the FTC published a rule that would prohibit the use of AI for impersonation of individuals, businesses, and government entities. 

Separately, CISA and the MS-ISAC published an advisory with incident response tactics following reports that a state government organization was compromised. Lastly, CISA published published a document outlining the JCDC’s overall priorities for 2024

Check it all out and more in this week's Brumidi Group Cyber Report!


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