Senior cyber officials said lawmakers are balancing reforms to the Federal Information Security Management Act, that updates must take into account the increased threat surface that comes with technological advances, and focus on a nationwide approach that also draws on experience from the private sector .
At a hearing on Tuesday before the House Oversight and Reform Committee on FISMA reform, Chair Carolyn Maloney (DN.Y.) and Ranking member James Comer (R-Ky.) Announced new news Discussion of the draft law, the Federal Law on the Modernization of Information Security of 2022.
“It is no longer enough to just keep our networks bordered, as was the focus in the past,” said Maloney. “Today we must also keep vigil within the perimeter, constantly looking for the slightest trace of abnormal activity that could indicate an intruder. Modernization cannot wait because our opponents will certainly not. “
Government Accountability Office Director for Information Technology and …