… three, in fact.  But the bills are extremely modest in scope, which explains why they were able to make it through the dysfunctional body.  Two bills (S. 2519 and H.R. 2952) seek to improve the Department of Homeland Security’s ability to prevent and respond to cyberattacks, while the third (S. 2521) strives to reform security procedures affecting all federal agencies.  With the cyberattack and threats against Sony dominating headlines, and the prospect of similarly brazen attacks against other companies growing after Sony’s capitulation, the big question is whether Congress attempts anything more ambitious in 2015.