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DHS release of 'critical functions' sets stage for developing national risk registry

April 30, 2019 |
Rick Weber
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The Department of Homeland Security's release today of a set of national critical functions is intended as an initial step for developing a risk registry, for use by the government in addressing strategic cyber and other threats to economic and national security.

“The National Critical Functions construct -- being a new 'language' that we can use to talk about critical infrastructure risk management -- is also a foundational element for the development of a Risk Register,” DHS' Cybersecurity and Infrastructure...


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