Nevada - SB 395 - 2017

Relating to cybersecurity; requiring the Nevada Commission on Homeland Security to designate certain entities, assets or systems as critical infrastructure; requiring the owner or operator of critical infrastructure to develop and implement a cybersecurity plan; requiring an owner or operator of critical infrastructure to have such a cybersecurity plan evaluated by the Commission or an evaluator of cybersecurity; requiring the owner or operator of critical infrastructure immediately report a significant cybersecurity incident to the Commission; prohibiting, with limited exception, the Commission from disclosing proprietary information or specific information indicating a cybersecurity weakness; requiring evaluators of cybersecurity to be licensed; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.

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Added On: 04-11-2017
Updated On: 06-28-2017
Status: Introduced
Primary Sponsors: Nicole J. Cannizzaro (Senate/Democratic), Mo Denis (Senate/Democratic), Mark A Manendo (Senate/Democratic), David R Parks (Senate/Democratic), Pat Spearman (Senate/Democratic)

Actions (4)

  • 03-20-2017 - Read first time. Referred to Committee on Government Affairs. To printer.
  • 03-22-2017 - From printer. To committee.
  • 04-07-2017 - Notice of eligibility for exemption.
  • 04-26-2017 - (Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.2, no further action allowed.)

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News (1)

States 'awaken' to critical infrastructure cyberthreats - E&E News
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Tue, 30 May 2017 11:03:58 GMT

So, to keep the lights on and the slots humming in Sin City, the Democratic state senator from North Las Vegas introduced a bill in March to boost Nevada's oversight of utilities' cybersecurity defenses. The measure stalled after local business groups ...

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