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(Sacramento) – The ongoing threat of cyber attacks prompted Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks) to convene a joint hearing of two key Assembly Committees to examine the policy steps needed to ensure accountability and transparency by state government as it addresses cyber security.  The Select Committee on Cybersecurity – chaired by Assemblymember Iriwn - and the Assembly Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection met to discuss tangible actions the state can take to secure its assets. “Cybersecurity is a national priority with critical importance in California,” said Assemblymember Irwin. “This committee will continue to work to accelerate the steps being taken to protect California from these cyber threats, and look for new solutions in a way that could serve as an example to other states and the nation as a whole.” Here’s more in this Assembly Access video.