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 Bill Status of EO2208  102nd General Assembly


Sponsor: Governor

Last Action
DateChamber Action
  3/25/2022SenateFiled with the Secretary of State

Synopsis As Introduced
Creates the Illinois Cybersecurity Commission. Provides for the membership of the Commission. Provides that the Commission shall develop and recommend an implementation plan for: building and enhancing cyber awareness and training for private sector critical infrastructure entities, including educating stakeholders on ways to prevent cybersecurity attacks and protecting personal information; conducting, supporting, and attending cybersecurity training to improve technical capabilities; developing practices, processes, and planning required to protect valuable information, resources, and services, including by identifying and disrupting cyber-attacks to minimize adverse impact; improving and expanding statewide security incident response capabilities; promoting and facilitating cross-sector and community training and exercise scenarios for private sector critical infrastructure partners to secure critical systems that serve the public; maturing cyber competencies through the use of best practices to help private sector critical infrastructure organizations make risk-based decisions for improving cybersecurity, including by promoting a risk-based approach to cybersecurity; establishing regional critical infrastructure cyber response teams; developing and disseminating best practices and tools to advance cyber maturity; creating and expanding partnerships to foster continual learning and information sharing to ensure the safety and resiliency of digital infrastructure, including partnerships with critical infrastructure sectors to ensure the resiliency of critical systems; and identifying, evaluating, and sharing information on the threats and vulnerabilities impacting the State. Provides that the Commission may adopt a charter. Provides that the Illinois Emergency Management Agency shall provide administrative support for, and maintain the records of, the Commission. Provides that the Commission shall submit a report to the Governor by December 31, 2022 detailing the activities, accomplishments and recommendations of the Commission and that, upon submission of the report, the Commission shall disband. Contains provisions regarding compliance with specified laws, savings, prior Executive Orders, severability, and other matters. Effective upon filing with the Secretary of State.

DateChamber Action
  3/25/2022SenateFiled with the Secretary of State

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