(Bloomberg) -- A senior Republican senator said he wants to make the top U.S. military command fighting foreign hackers and defending computer networks a standalone organization as concerns about electronic security deepen.
The move to elevate the U.S. Cyber Command is needed to address the serious threat of hacking attacks to national security and will be proposed in the annual defense authorization bill, said Senator John McCain of Arizona, chairman of the Armed Services Committee.
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