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December 5, 2022

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Chemical Sector Coordinating Council advocates for extension of cyber-related security program

By Jessica Karins / November 21, 2022

Leaders of the Chemical Sector Coordinating Council are calling on Congress to swiftly reauthorize the CISA-administered Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards program, set to expire in 2023, emphasizing its role in government-industry collaboration and preventing cybersecurity incidents.

Coordinating Council chair Gary Davis, director of security for Air Liquide, and vice chair Carey Waltz, director of group security for Linde, spoke at a virtual event on Thursday marking CFATS’ 15th anniversary.

They said the relationship between CFATS and CSCC has been crucial...


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