During a recent online briefing to vendors, The Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) outlined a five year plan to increase in size, budget, and move to the cloud. Led by new assistant director for cybersecurity Bryan Ware, CISA will work aggressively to update protocols and tools that were put in place up to five or six years ago, prior to the government’s adoption of cloud computing and the rise in encrypted internet traffic...
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