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intradict that in the mail as it comes from china, cyber issues as dhs is engaging with cyber protections for all of our u.s. government systems or whether that be immigration. have you people on the front lines of just about every major issue we're facing as a nation right now, so i tig thank you for the work that you're doing and for the encouragement that you can put on those men and women that are doing that. let me ask you a whole series of questions i'm going to run through as many as i can that we have time for. >> i mentioned the cyber issues ant cyber protection. dhs has a responsibility for u.s. government systems and computers. tell me what the conversation is right now in the planning for looking at supply chain software/heart wear and the planning for pooep keeping all of our government systems safe. >> well, senator thanks for the condolence comment, it means a lot to the workforce and, you're right, they're here rose. relative to cyber, sir, you know, the threats constant i don't need to goe all of that. we need to up our game, you know, the -- the -- the ran some air attac
chinese -- great wall of china, we know what happened to that. we've got to be smart on how we secure the border. we spent $18 billion a year on border security call. you remember the last time you and i were together. -- 80 million compared to 18 billion. did you know that they actually stopped more people coming across than the whole border patrol did. so all i'm saying is, mr. secretary, we want to work with you. i know it's a very difficult job that you have, some of us have been living this for a long time. we want to see legitimate trade, tourism, not, you know, not impede that and we just want to work with you. so just to conclude, my time is up, some of us want to work with you and please take advantage of our expertise. >> can i just make a comment? >> okay. >> two comments, really, since i've been in this job, everything that the congressman has said about the border and where to build it, where not to build it, there might be places we do it and other places we don't, i've been saying that since day one. >> yes, you have. >> what you said about the southern border, i mean,
to interdict it, cyber issues as china is engaging with cyber protection for all of our u.s. government systems or whether it be immigration. you have people on the front lines of just about major issue we are facing as a nation right now. i thank you for the work and the encouragement you can put on the men and women. i'm going to run through as many as i can. i mentioned the cyber issues. d.h.s. has government systems and computers. tell me what the conversation is right now in the planning for looking at supply chain, software, hardware and the planning for keeping all of our government systems safe. secretary kelly: senator, thanks for the condolence comment. it means a lot to the work force and you are right, they are heroes. relative to cyber, sir. the threat is constant and i don't need to go into all of that. e need to up our game. he ran someware attack was impressive to me and you say that we play across the spectrum of threats and what was impressive to me in all of the high-level meetings as we watched that threat go across the world into asia, millions of fected
of china. we know what happened to that. and i'm just saying, we just got to be smart on how we secure the border. we spend $18 billion a year on border security on the 1 yard line called the u.s. border. you remember last time we were together with chairman carter and kay and we were on the southern border with mexico and $80 million there to help mexico secure the southern border. $80 million compared to $18 billion. they stop more people coming across than the whole border patrol did so awe all i'm saying, mr. secretary, we want to work with you. i know it's a very difficult job that you have. some of us have been living this for a long time. we want to see legitimate trade, tourism. not, you know, not impede that. and we just want to work with you so just to conclude, my time is up, some of us want to work with you and please take advantage of our expertise. >> i'm probably in dangerous ground here. if i could, mr. chairman, could i make a comment? >> yes. >> okay. [ inaudible ] two comments really. since i've been in this job, everything that the congressman has said about
the great wall of china. we know what happened to that. and i'm just saying we got to be spla smart on how we secure the border. we spend $18 million a year on the u.s. border. you remember the last time you and i worked together with chairman carter and kay. we were in the southern border of mexico. with $80 million that we put there to help mexico secure the southern border. $80 million compared to $18 billion. did you know that they actually stopped more people coming across than the whole border patrol did. so all i'm saying is, mr. secretary, we want to work with you. i know it's a very difficult job that you have. some of us have been living this for a long time. we want to see legitimate trade tourism not impede that. and we just want to work with you. please take vaveadvantage of ou expertise. >> i'm probably dangerous ground here. i can just make a comment? >> yes. >> okay. >> two comments really. since i've been in this job, everything that the congressman has said about the border and where to build it, where not to build it, there may be places we do it, fl may be other
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