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DHS plan for risk management center seen as extension of NCCIC 'hunt' and response role

August 07, 2018 |
Rick Weber
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The Department of Homeland Security's recently unveiled plans for creating a cyber risk management center builds on the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center's “hunt” and response efforts, according to industry sources still anxiously awaiting details on how DHS plans to integrate the operation of the new center with the long-standing NCCIC.

The National Risk Management Center was announced by DHS at its highly touted summit in New York City last week, where Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen hailed the move...

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