Ms. LANDRIEU. Mr. President, first, before I begin the topic I wish to speak about, I thank Mr. Warner, the Senator from Virginia, for his leadership. He has many Federal employees, many defense contractors in Virginia. He, as a Senator from Virginia, recognizes the great threat to our Nation today in cyber security. The Senator knows very well that there are literally thousands of attacks taking place as we speak. That is why as we get ready to go back to our States for the August recess and visit with constituents, we are pressing very hard for a positive vote to move forward on the debate to fashion a cyber security bill for our Nation. So I thank the Senator for his leadership and, of course, the tremendous Federal employees who do get beat up all the time but, in fact, do remarkable work for our Nation and for the world.
So I thank the Senator from Virginia.
(The remarks of Senator Landrieu pertaining to the introduction of S. 3472 are printed in today's Record under ``Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions.'')
Ms. LANDRIEU. I thank Senator Coburn for letting me speak in advance of his time on the floor.
I yield the floor.