U.S. House of Representatives to vote on bill propping up Ukraine's cybersecurity
The U.S. House of Representatives is to vote on a bill to assist Ukraine in defending its cybersecurity.
"Glad that GOP leadership in the House has agreed to schedule a vote on my bipartisan bill to help Ukraine defend its cybersecurity against Russian attacks," U.S. Congressman Brendan Boyle tweeted on Monday, February 5.
Read alsoTurchynov: Ukraine makes big step to build national cybersecurity system"Clearly my bill will be the biggest story in Philadelphia this week," the Congressman from Pennsylvania added.
According to Voice of America, the bill was registered in 2017. It is designed to cement bilateral cooperation in cybersecurity.
To become effective as law, the bill shall be supported by the House of Representatives and Senate, and then signed by the U.S. president.