Auburn University’s Frank Cilluffo testifies before Congress’ Committee on Homeland Security

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Frank Cilluffo, director of Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security, testified before a subcommittee of Congress’ Committee on Homeland Security Tuesday, speaking about the cybersecurity challenges that state and local governments face and how the federal government can help.

The text of Cilluffo’s full testimony statement can be found here. Video of the hearing can be viewed below.

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