TSA’s new rail-cybersecurity directives are unnecessary, AAR’s Farmer tells Congress


The rail industry supports President Biden’s emphasis on government-industry collaboration on cybersecurity, but an industry proposal on the matter that was submitted to the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) this summer went unanswered, the Association of American Railroads’ cybersecurity expert told a House committee yesterday. 


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