US President Joe Biden intends to appoint 2 Indian-Americans to advise the White House on Cyber risks
US President Joe Biden has announced to appoint 02 highly qualified Indian-Americans to the President’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC).
Joe Biden intends to appoint Manu Asthana and Madhu Beriwal to advise the White House on how to reduce physical and cyber risks, and improve the security and resilience of the nation’s critical infrastructure sectors.
Manu Asthana oversees the largest power grid in North America and one of the largest electricity markets in the world as the CEO and president of PJM.
And, Madhu Beriwal, is the founder of Innovative Emergency Management (IEM) — a company that assists government agencies with disaster preparedness, homeland security, public health, and cybersecurity.
The Biden-Harris Administration is delivering unprecedented infrastructure investments in all 50 states and territories to build a better America that delivers for all communities.
The individuals announced today are leading senior executives with deep experience across a broad range of sectors including banking and finance, transportation, energy, water, dams, defense, communications, information technology, healthcare services, food and agriculture, government facilities, emergency services, and higher education.