[SecurityWeek] Biden, Tech Leaders Eye ‘Concrete Steps’ to Boost Cybersecurity

A White House cybersecurity gathering including Big Tech executives was set Wednesday to unveil steps aimed at improving cybersecurity following high-profile attacks which raised questions about the vulnerability of so-called critical infrastructure.

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