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White House to tackle cyber challenges with Apple, IBM,
insurance CEOs

 

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The White House is hosting an event on Wednesday that will bring together the largest US technology
companies for a discussion about cybersecurity challenges following a raft of high-profile hacking
incidents earlier this year, people familiar with the event told Reuters.

 

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It comes as Congress weighs new legislation concerning data breach notification laws and cybersecurity
insurance industry regulation, historically viewed as two of the most consequential policy areas within
the field.

 

The guest list includes Amazon.com CEO Andy Jassy, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella,
Google CEO Sundar Pichai and IBM Chief Executive Arvind Krishna, according to two people familiar
with the event.

 

Another said the topics of discussion will include ransomware, critical infrastructure, supply chain security,
cybersecurity education and data breach insurance policy.

 

Executives for energy utility firm Southern Co and financial giant JPMorgan Chase & Co are also expected
to attend the event, Bloomberg previously reported.

 

One of the people familiar with the event said the participating companies are expected to make public
commitments toward better IT security measures and for additional workforce training.

 

The event will feature top cybersecurity officials from the Biden administration, including recently
confirmed National Cybersecurity Director Chris Inglis, as well as Secretary of Homeland Security
Alejandro Mayorkas, to lead different conversations with industry representatives.



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