By John Eggerton, Multichannel News, 2-17-21

The FCC is contemplating a new framework for national security reviews of communications companies and tech.

FCC Acting Chair Jessica Rosenworcel said during the Commission’s February public meeting (Feb. 17), her first as acting chair, that it was time to “revitalize its approach to network security.”

Part of that, she said, was to coordinate not only externally with allies and multilateral institutions, but internally.

She said her office was already exploring “changes to the FCC process for reviewing matters related to national security” rather than the silos within the agency’s bureaus and offices.  » Read More