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Cyber Report | May 24th, 2024

This week was consequential for cyber, privacy, and AI policy -- especially with focus from key congressional committees. Two Energy & Commerce subcommittees focused on their respective top tech priorities, one held a markup on federal data privacy legislation and another convened a hearing on Section 230 protections. 

Separately, the House Financial Services Committee advanced a resolution rolling back the SEC's cyber disclosure rule, while the House Homeland Security Committee held a hearing on AI and national security. Furthermore, the House Armed Services Committee marked up their version of the FY25 NDAA, which included several measures related to cybersecurity and AI.

Additionally, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) held a meeting with top committee chairs to encourage movement on AI legislation under their respective jurisdictions. Separately, in the administration, the Department of Commerce released a strategic vision for the newly established U.S. AI Safety Institute.

Check out the attached Cyber Report for all you need to know!


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