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Two US senators have requested the US Senate Sergeant at Arms to disclose details about cyber-attacks against the Senate and its members.
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The request has been made in a letter signed today by Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), both members of the US Senate Intelligence Committee.
“Companies and executive branches are required by state and federal law to report breaches. In contrast, Congress has no legal obligation to disclose breaches and other cyber incidents,” the two senators wrote in their letter.
“The Sergeant at Arms must be transparent in providing members of the Senate all information about the possible existence and scale of successful hacks against the Senate,” the letter reads.
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