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March 29, 2023
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has focused over the past year on building the infrastructure to support its upcoming mandatory incident reporting regime, according to Director Jen Easterly, who provided House appropriators details on the fiscal 2024 funding needed for implementation.
USTelecom wants the Federal Communications Commission to use a “harm-based trigger” to determine when the clock for reporting a data breach should begin and argues that several other stakeholders are supportive in its reply comments submission on an FCC proposed rule.
Transportation Security Administration chief David Pekoske made the case for increased cyber funding in an appearance before House appropriators, while noting that an upcoming document will align TSA’s work with the new national cyber strategy and other DHS priorities.
Rep. Swalwell, top Democrat on Homeland Security cyber panel, seeks details on CISA industrial control system training program
House Homeland Security cyber subcommittee ranking member Eric Swalwell (D-CA) is seeking information from CISA on plans for an industrial control system training program authorized in the fiscal 2023 National Defense Authorization Act passed late last year.
National Cyber Director office prepares request for information to gather input on regulatory harmonization
The Office of the National Cyber Director is working on a request for information to get feedback from stakeholders on regulatory harmonization, according to principal deputy Rob Knake, as work to implement the national cyber strategy gets underway.
NIST’s effort to move its cybersecurity framework informative references online is a cause for concern, according to the Cybersecurity Coalition, which argues that there should be multiple options in the CSF 2.0 update.