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Without ceremony, President Obama on Dec. 18 signed five cybersecurity-related bills, including legislation to update the Federal Information Security Management Act, the law that governs federal government IT security.
It’s the first time in 12 years that significant cybersecurity legislation has become law. The last major piece of cybersecurity law to be passed by Congress and signed by a president was the E-Government Act of 2002, which included FISMA.
The five cybersecurity measures, among 48 bills the White House announced the president had signed, include the: