New House Homeland Security Chairman Mark Green (R-TN) has unveiled the panel’s subcommittee leaders and rosters for the 118th Congress, with Rep. Andrew Garbarino (R-NY) tapped to chair the influential cyber subcommittee.
NIST’s new Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework comes with a “roadmap” that identifies ten potential areas for collaboration with industry, including on security-related topics and approaches to developing risk tolerances.
The Center for Internet Security wants the FCC to adopt its foundational set of controls to improve the resiliency of emergency alert systems, as part of a proposed rule that sets up a requirement for EAS participants to create a cyber risk management plan.
CISA and the National Security Agency have issued an alert detailing adversary efforts to infiltrate two federal agency networks through monitoring and management software, and steps organizations should take to protect themselves against future “malicious” activities.
CISA’s 2023 “planning agenda” for the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative revolves around addressing “systemic risk, collective cyber response, and high-risk communities,” the cyber agency announced today, beginning with efforts aimed at securing open source software and assisting state and local governments and smaller entities.
Mona Harrington, assistant director for CISA’s National Risk Management Center, says work on identifying systemically important entities will involve collaboration with private sector partners and is in the early stages of development as efforts move forward to determine relevant criteria.