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Marketplace Tech Report for Thursday, July 26, 2012

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President Obama wants a new cybersecurity bill to help prevent online attacks against companies and government bodies. The fear is that a large attack could knock out power, water, cause mayhem. The president may get his wish. A bill championed by Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut could come to a vote in the Senate soon. He talks about why the bill is more carrots instead of sticks. Plus, Microsoft posts the entire, growing AIDS Memorial Quilt online.

Sen. Joe Lieberman on why the new cybersecurity bill is more carrot than stick

Will incentives be enough to spark security improvement in corporate America?
Posted In: cybersecurity, lieberman, Microsoft