The Nevada lawmakers will be soon requiring new cybersecurity plans for any infrastructure that is critical.
The new senate bill 395 will require this new cyber security plan for privately and government owned facilities in Nevada. Basically, all facilities related to telecommunication systems and utilities may be effected.
Under the new bill, the plan will be provided to the Nevada Commission to Homeland Security and the owners of any infrastructure that is critical will be reporting any serious cyber security incidents to homeland security officials
The new proposal came due to increasing cyber threats around Nevada and the entire country.
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