The Department of Homeland Security established the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Cybersecurity Advisory Committee in June of 2021 to advance CISA's cybersecurity mission and strengthen the cybersecurity of the United States. As an independent advisory body, the Committee provides strategic and actionable recommendations to the CISA Director on a range of cybersecurity issues, topics, and challenges.
Advise, consult with, report, and make recommendations to CISA on the development, refinement, and implementation of policies, programs, planning, and training pertaining to CISA’s cybersecurity mission.
With subject matter expertise in various critical infrastructure sectors, CSAC committee members participate in the development, refinement, and implementation of recommendations, policies, programs, planning, and training pertaining to CISA’s cybersecurity mission.
The Committee directs its subcommittees—established by the CISA Director as necessary—to work on specific study topics to address cybersecurity issues, including information exchange, critical infrastructure, risk management, and public and private partnerships.
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