Small Business Information Sharing: Combating Foreign Cyber Threats, Hearing Before the Committee on Small Business, United States House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifteenth Congress, Second Session, January 30, 2018   [open pdf - 1MB]

"This is the January 30, 2018 hearing on 'Small Business Information Sharing: Combating Foreign Cyber Threats' held before the Committee on Small Business of the United States House of Representatives. From the opening statement of the Honorable Steve Chabot: 'Over the past few years, this Committee has focused its attention on an issue that is become increasingly important for small businesses, cybersecurity. In past hearings, we have learned that a cyber attack on a small business can have serious consequences, not only for the business itself, but for its customers and employees and business partners alike. We have heard from small business owners and cybersecurity experts and government officials, and there is no question that improving cybersecurity for America's small businesses should continue to be a top priority, especially for this Committee. In today's global economy, small businesses are increasingly turning to foreign technology to remain competitive in the world marketplace. However, these same products and services also provide new opportunities for foreign cyber criminals to infiltrate small business information technology systems, allowing them to access sensitive and valuable information.' Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Howard Marshall, and Richard Driggers."

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Serial No. 115-053
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