Analysis

DHS Hub To Offer Cybersecurity Boost, But Cos. Still Exposed

Law360 (August 3, 2018, 10:01 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's recent decision to open a center dedicated to tackling cyberthreats directed at critical infrastructure is likely to help expand vital communication channels between the public and private sectors, but lingering concerns over liability protections could limit the initiative's ultimate effectiveness, attorneys say.

The new National Risk Management Center, which was announced during a cybersecurity summit hosted by the Trump administration in New York City on Tuesday, will be tasked with coordinating national efforts to protect U.S. banks, electric companies, telecoms and other critical infrastructure operators from increasingly prevalent threats from nation states such as Russia...

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