[SecurityWeek] Proposed Bill Would Require Organizations to Report Ransomware Payments

U.S. senators this week introduced a bill that would require critical infrastructure organizations to inform the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) if they experience a cyberattack, and it would also require most private companies to notify the government if they have made a payment in response to a ransomware attack.

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