Wednesday, October 24, 2012
- Supporters of cybersecurity reform last week emphasized the need to pass new legislation.
- Small business owners in key swing states consider Obama debate victor.
- Obama supports math and science education at debate.
Supporters of cybersecurity reform last week emphasized the need to pass new legislation to protect our nation’s critical infrastructure during conferences, speeches, panels and other events throughout the country, said Politico
. Top White House
cybersecurity advisor Michael Daniel
said in a speech in Baltimore last Tuesday that – while the White House is laying the groundwork for an executive order – the increasing amount of cyber-attacks around the world signify an escalating threat to the U.S.
Small business owners in key swing states considered President Obama
the victor in Monday’s debate, as both candidates connected their foreign policy platforms with the need to get our economy back on track and promote our business interests abroad, said the Washington Post
. Both Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney
spent several minutes outlining what they would do to foster entrepreneurial innovation.
Obama addressed the need to improve math and science education on multiple occasions during Monday’s debate, arguing that a highly skilled workforce will ensure that the U.S. remains a top economic power, said The Hill
. He also pointed out that cutting our budget for research and technology would keep us from creating successful businesses and would ultimately not help us compete with China.