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DHS cyber center deputy stresses physical impacts in assessing critical functions

December 07, 2018 |
Rick Weber
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The deputy director of the DHS National Risk Management Center, Mark Kneidinger, said physical impacts are equal to cyber effects when identifying critical industry functions, as the center pivots the department to a strategic approach in countering cyber threats.

The Department of Homeland Security and industry are “collectively working to address combined cyber and physical risks,” Kneidinger said at the CyberSci Symposium hosted by ICF International Inc. in Fairfax, VA, on Thursday. Kneidinger laid out the new center”s “four step...

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