Will Congress finally see withheld cyber documents?

Fifth Domain: After stonewalling congressional committees for nearly a year, the Trump administration has apparently finally agreed to share documents related to a new processes for approving cyber operations outside U.S. networks.

“On a bipartisan basis some of us sent a letter to the Trump administration demanding that they share with, at least some of the leadership on the Armed Services Committees, the rules of engagement for certain cyber contingencies,” Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, ranking member of the House Armed Services Committee, said at the Aspen Security Forum July 20.

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