Following the Department of Homeland Security’s announcement of a new National Risk Management Center, critical infrastructure executives along with Federal agency leaders hailed the new coordinating wing of DHS as a way to harness the collective strengths of both government and industry to address cyber concerns that have the potential to hobble the nation’s critical functions. […]
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will launch a National Risk Management Center this week to provide a first response outlet for private sector critical infrastructure companies that are targeted by cyberattacks, DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen announced today.[…]
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Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen emphasized at a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing this week the importance of shoring up United States cyber defenses, and said that effort would be helped by adequate funding and reorganization of a key DHS department.[…]
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today unveiled a new five-pronged strategy aimed at managing “national cyber risk,” and in particular, U.S. “cyber and critical infrastructure security.”
Cometh another Congressional hearing on the Department of Homeland Security–DHS–and its ability to lock down the entire nation’s cyber infrastructure. Cometh more finger pointing. The Government Accountability Office–GAO–released a report on DHS’ uphill battle for cybersecurity. With no ostensible end to this job, it’s easy to tell Sisyphus to push harder.