The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Tuesday urged Congress to send the president cybersecurity legislation that, at a minimum, would ensure greater sharing of threat information between the public and private sectors.
Addressing reporters, Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey said that, in a recent visit to Silicon Valley, he heard a consensus on the importance to both government and industry of swapping information about security risks to computer networks.
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