State Reps. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York), Seth Grove (R-York), and Jason Ortitay (R-Washington/Allegheny) are urging the advancement of House Bill 1704, a cybersecurity bill.
The bill has been in the House State Government Committee since its introduction in July 2017 and empowers the Office of Information Technology (OIT), which was created in 2016 by an executive order by Gov. Tom Wolf. House Bill 1704 additionally grants the OIT director elements of financial oversight that are not currently in place.
The urgency comes after the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services experienced a security breach… Read the full story here: https://pennbizreport.com/news/10270-state-representatives-urge-passage-of-cybersecurity-bill/