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House appropriators would require CISA plan for securing industrial control systems

June 11, 2019 |
Rick Weber
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The House Appropriations Committee is slated to approve legislation today that would boost DHS funding by more than $2 billion, to a total of $63.8 billion, while requiring the new Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to develop a comprehensive plan for securing industrial control systems within six months, among other policy recommendations.

“There is a strong bipartisan consensus on the importance of homeland security, even if the focus in recent years has often been on funding and policy disagreements related...


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