Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Security Technologies Subcommittee

The Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection and Security Technologies Subcommittee will legislate and oversee programs and issue areas of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) mission in cybersecurity, infrastructure protection, and promoting security technologies. It will work to enhance greater collaboration on cybersecurity across the 16 critical infrastructure sectors and the sharing of cyber threat information between the private sector and federal, state, and local partners. Lastly, the Subcommittee will seek to increase DHS' ability to protect federal networks, improve the protection of our Nation’s critical assets, and ensure the development of critical technology solutions for emerging threats.

Republican Members

Peter T. King


Tom Marino


Scott Perry


Dan Donovan


Democrat Members

Cedric L. Richmond


Sheila Jackson Lee


James R. Langevin


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