Original release date: November 18, 2021
WASHINGTON – The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announces today the launch of a new voluntary chemical security program called ChemLock. ChemLock, a voluntary program that provides tools and services to chemical facilities in order to better understand and manage their chemical security risks, is called .
CISA ChemLock services include:
“Chemlock is an innovative program designed to expand the reach of CISA’s collaborative model to a new set of chemical facility partners. Dr. David Mussington is the Executive Assistant Director for Infrastructure Security. He said that this innovative approach has great potential to improve security, safety and stakeholder awareness.
CISA has been recognized as an international leader in chemical security. For more than a decade the agency and its predecessor have assisted facilities in building tailored security plans to prevent terrorist exploitation of their chemicals under the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) regulatory program. The CISA ChemLock program provides completely voluntary, customizable, and tailored options to facilities that want to improve their chemical security.
For more information, or support with receiving any of these ChemLock services, please visit the ChemLock program webpage.
Last Published Date: November 18, 2021
More dWeb.News Technology News https://dweb.news/news-sections/technology-news/
The post CYBER SECURITY: Launch Of Voluntary Chemical Security Program: ChemLock appeared first on dWeb.News dWeb.News from Daniel Webster Publisher dWeb.News – dWeb Local Tech News and Business News