The Evolving Cybersecurity Landscape: Federal Perspectives on Securing the Nation's Infrastructure
Cyberattacks are a serious and evolving risk that affect transportation and infrastructure matters across T&I’s jurisdiction. Cyberattacks can result in tremendous financial damage, destruction of infrastructure assets, and even death. They impact governments, businesses, and individuals alike and have been growing in number and sophistication.
This hearing is the second of two full committee hearings on cybersecurity of the nation’s infrastructure. The first hearing was held in November 2021 and featured testimony from industry stakeholders and cybersecurity experts.
Chief Information Officer (CIO)Department of Transportation (DOT)
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Deputy Assistant Administrator for Policy, Plans, and EngagementTransportation Security Administration (TSA)
John W. Mauger
Assistant Commandant for Prevention Policy (CG-5P)U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)
Assistant Inspector General for Information Technology AuditsOffice of Inspector General (OIG), Department of Transportation (DOT)
Director, Information Technology and CybersecurityGovernment Accountability Office (GAO)