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serious. they have north korea. the iran threat, the russia/china threat. it goes on. one of the most serious threats we have are the cyberattacks. it can affect our homeland seriously. not only is china stealing 2 billion a year. we have russia in our systems. it's a serious threat and we have a long way to go to deal with it. cyber funding at dhs comes from defense dollars called 050 money. this subcommittee consistently receives a low allocation of 050 money. last year there was a gap of over $500 million in what homeland security needed and received. this money goes to promoting our country related to cyberattacks, this year, thanks to the chairman ranking member, the gap is only 28 million, that's a good start. we thank you for closing that gap, both of you. and staff too. there are two sides to the cyber mission at the department of homeland security. one being operational. that protects the networks and with the private sector. it should be known that 80% of the network is controlled by the private sector, so we must work in a partnership. the other, we are also, as we know, ar
, russia and china threat. it goes on. but one of the most serious threats we have are the cyber attacks that can affect the homeland seriously and not only is china stealing 2 billion a year but we have russia in the system and it's a serious threat and we have a long way to go to deal with it. it comes from defense dollars and the subcommittee receives a low allocation. this is money that goes to protect the country as it relates to cyber attacks which is the mission for homeland security. this year thanks to the ranking member it is only 28 million so that is a good start. there are two sides one being operational and that's what protects networks with the private sector. it should be known 80% is controlled by the private sector so we must work a partnership and also as we know we are competing with russia and china, north korea and many others and we have to stay ahead of the curve. they are attacking us on a regular basis. but there are many people that can do the same and we are cutting the important cyber security research and development works that set the science and technology
most serious. then we have the north korea, it the iran they're the, the russia, china threat. it goes on. but one of the most serious threats we have are the cyber attacks. it could affect our homeland seriously. and not only is china stealing $2 billion a year, we have russia in our systems. it's a serious threat and we have a long way to go to deal with it. now, cyber funding at dhs comes from defense function dollars. i'm getting in the weeds a little bit called 050 money. this subcommittee consistently receives a low location of the money. last year, there was a gap of over $100 million in what homeland security nided and what they received. and again, this is money that goes to protecting our country as it relates to cyber attacks which is the mission for homeland security. this year, thanks to chairman ranking member, the gap is only $2 million. so that's a good start. we want to thank you for closing that gap, both of you. and staff, too. there are two sides to the cyber mission at the department of homeland security. one being operational that protects the networks with t
-china threat. it goes on. one of the most serious threats we have are the cyber attacks. we have russia in our systems. it's a serious threat and we .ave a long way to go cyber funding at dhs comes from defense function dollars. i'm getting in the weeds a bit. it's called 050 money. this cunning receives a low allocation of 050 money. last year there was a gap of over $100 million of what homeland security needed and what they received. this is money that goes to protecting our country as a relates to cyber attacks, with -- which is the mission for cyber security. this year the gap is nearly $28 million. thanks for closing that gap, both of you. there are two sides to the cyber mission. one being operational. that's what protects the networks and with the private sector. it should be no that 80% of our network is controlled by the private sectors so we must work in a partnership. russia,ompeting with china, north korea, many others, and we have to stay ahead of that system. the only destructive attack we had so far is the sony attack. there are many people in this country who can
china's ceiling to linda lozier, we have russia. it is a serious threat and we have a language go to deal with it. cyber funding at dhs come from defense function dollars. it is called 050 money. this company consistently receives a low allocation of 050 money. is money that goes to protecting our country as it relates to cyber attacks which is the mission for homeland security. the share, inkster chairman ranking member, that gap is only $28 million so that is a good start and we want to thank you for closing that gap. thank you. and, staff, too. one is operational and that is protection networks and private seleka and it should be known that 80% of our network is controlled by the private sector so we must work in a partnership. the other is as we know competing with russia, china, north korea, many others and we have to stay ahead of that curve. they are in our system and they are attacking us on a regular basis. the only constructive attack we've had so far as the sunny attack but believe me they are many in this country that could do the same. we are addressing me cyber security
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)