One Senator says the White House’s detailed cybersecurity policy plans, could be roadmap for an enemy attack. Senator Susan Collins of Maine is the ranking member of Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. FederalComputerWeek reports Collins said in a hearing Tuesday that disclosing audits of security practices could expose vulnerable targets in major parts of the U.S. infrastructure. That includes power grids and other targets.
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