Senator: White House cyber plan could expose vulnerabilities

One senator says the White House’s new cyber policy plan could be a roadmap for an enemy attack.

Federal Computer Week reports Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) says that disclosing security practices could expose vulnerable targets in U.S. infrastructure.

The policy would require commercial networks to disclose audits of their security practices. Part of the cyber policy’s security plans would be publicly accessible.

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