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DOE's Evans delivers update on cyber initiatives, stresses whole-of-government, public-private approach

March 15, 2019 |
Mariam Baksh
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Karen Evans, leader of the Department of Energy's new office for cybersecurity and emergency response, on Thursday offered updates on supply-chain, trisector and pipeline cyber initiatives and – emphasizing the urgency in efforts to mitigate threats to the nation's critical infrastructure – issued a plain-dealing assertion about the private sector's access to information collected by the intelligence agencies.

“Karen Evans will not be able to fix the clearance process,” she said. “I believe there's 800,000 people backed up. I'm working...

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