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Public-Private Cybersecurity Cooperation Act

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A bill to direct the Secretary of Homeland Security to establish a vulnerability disclosure policy for Department of Homeland Security internet websites, and for other purposes.

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Date Actions Overview
12/05/2018Introduced in Senate

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12/05/2018Read twice and referred to the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.
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CosponsorDate Cosponsored
Sen. Hassan, Margaret Wood [D-NH]* 12/05/2018
Sen. Harris, Kamala D. [D-CA] 12/19/2018

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Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs12/05/2018 Referred to

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Introduced in Senate (12/05/2018)

Public-Private Cybersecurity Cooperation Act

This bill directs the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to: (1) establish a policy applicable to individuals and entities that reports security vulnerabilities on DHS public websites, (2) develop a process for mitigation or remediation of security vulnerabilities that are reported, (3) consult with specified federal departments and nongovernmental security researchers in developing the policy, and (4) submit the policy and the remediation process to Congress. DHS must make such policy publicly available.