I don't understand why they think that someone worthy enough to be called a legitimate threat would be careless enough to leave personal identifying information about themselves carelessly laying around and able to be found without much effort on the internet. So, really the people that get affected by this are the ones who think that information is always protected no matter where it goes on the internet (aka naive users). Which really can't be considered much of a threat.
This is just more leverage the government gives their self(without a democratic vote of the people) to have the upper hand so they don't look like fools in the event of more incidents that we have recently seen in the past. IMHO. They should start focusing more on the technical side rather than these bs bills.
In the private sector, corporations could alert the government and provide data that could stop an attack intended to disrupt the country's water supply or take down the banking system.
Notice how they put water supply and then mention banking system right after it. As if the water supply was damaged it would be the equivalent to the banking system being damaged. Always concerned about money. I'm sure if the water supply was damaged it would be a physical attack. Not sure why it would be accessible through the internet. We will live longer without a banking system then without a water supply. That's just the powerful and rich being concerned about themselves IMO.