ADI appreciates the opportunity to testify at the House Committee on Oversight and Reform’s January 11, 2022, hearing on modernizing the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). In the wake of some of the most impactful cybersecurity attacks and vulnerabilities, ADI Executive Director Ross Nodurft discusses important updates to our laws and policies to meet the cybersecurity threats and challenges that our government faces today—while providing the authorities and funding to deal with the cybersecurity challenges of tomorrow.
ADI in the News
- Congress to update government cyber rules, one year after SolarWinds: Read this article in the Washington Post.
- House Panel Launches Effort to Revise FISMA as Cyber Threats Multiply: Read this article in POLITICO Pro.
- Industry Wants FISMA Reform to Reduce Compliance Burdens: Read this article in MeriTalk.
- Latest FISMA reform proposals would codify federal CISO role: Read this article in FedScoop.
- Lawmakers see ‘real opportunity’ to modernize federal cyber playbook: Read this article in Federal News Network.
- Cybersecurity Experts Push for Sweeping FISMA Changes: Read this article in GovInfoSecurity.
- House FISMA draft codifies federal CISO role, looks to shared services: Read this article in FCW.
- Congress Must Avoid ‘Overly Prescriptive’ Incident Reporting To Avoid Missing Larger Cyberattacks: Read this article in Broadband Breakfast.
- Former OMB officials: FISMA reforms should cement role of CISA, National Cyber Director in federal system oversight: Read this article in Inside Cyber.
- House panel’s FISMA reform bill draft directs agencies to move toward ‘risk-based’ cybersecurity: Read this article in Inside Cyber.
- Cybersecurity Experts Push for Sweeping FISMA Changes. Read this article in BankInfoSecurity.