Table of Contents - August 22, 2019

DHS Official: Cybersecurity Relationship With Other Agencies Will Change

Leaving 99 civilian federal agencies to defend their own networks against hackers is not an effective long-term cybersecurity strategy, according to a top official in the Department of Homeland Security, and DHS is working with Congress and the Office of Management and Budget to figure out a better way.

"In five years, I think, you may see a completely different architecture across those 99 agencies," said Christopher Krebs, director of DHS's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). "It's got to change."

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