Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Tuesday, January 14, 2020
CISA Confronts 2020’s Top Critical Infrastructure Threats
HSToday.us, By: Bridget Johnson, December 31, 2019
“Many of the hot issues that we focused on in 2019 continue to be threats that require our utmost attention — both as an agency and as a nation,” Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Assistant Director for Infrastructure Security Brian Harrell told HSToday, outlining some of the top infrastructure threats in the Department of Homeland Security’s sights for the coming year.

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