CISA hires cyber risk experts to meet emerging threats

Mark Rockwell

The Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency brought on two hired hands to help it grapple with shifting infrastructure cyber risks as the COVID-19 crisis grinds ahead.

The agency brought on Josh Corman as a visiting researcher and Rob Arnold to join CISA's National Risk Management Center as a senior cybersecurity and risk management advisor. The positions are temporary and set up under CARES Act authority, according to a July 22 CISA statement.

"The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in noticeable shifts in cyber risk calculations for organizations of all sizes," said CISA Director Christopher Krebs in the statement. "The hardware, software, and...

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