A number of experts testified before U.S. House members Thursday that research and development is needed to improve ways to determine the identity and location of cyberattackers. Such technologies could could limit the impact of a major attack, witnesses said at a meeting of the U.S. House Subcommittee on Technology. During the hearing, members and witnesses said that increasing coordination between government and industry to develop new attack attribution technologies would help prevent redundant efforts and take advantage of all available resources. — AM