Senior DOD cyber official says new agreement with DHS includes incident-response planning

By Rick Weber  
November 14, 2018 at 7:54 AM
The Defense Department's leading cyber policy official says the Pentagon is taking an expanded role in incident-response planning for a cyber attack, under a recently signed agreement with the Department of Homeland Security intended to boost strategic deterrence and protection for privately owned critical infrastructure. “The homeland is no longer a sanctuary,” said DOD Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cyber Policy Ed Wilson, describing the reasons for the Pentagon's more active role in protecting critical infrastructure beyond the traditional defense industrial...

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