Va. Gov. Forms Cybersecurity Commission

Law360, Washington (February 26, 2014, 7:16 PM EST) -- Virginia's newly inaugurated governor, Terry McAuliffe, has created a commission to protect the state from cyberattacks and to help bolster its presence in the growing cybersecurity industry, according to an executive order released on Wednesday. 

The Virginia Cyber Security Commission is tasked with identifying high-risk cybersecurity issues facing the state of Virginia and providing advice regarding the state's networks, systems and data, McAuliffe said in a statement.  

It will help state leaders understand "evolving threats and best practices to prevent the unauthorized access, theft, alteration...
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