From CyberScoop:

But if Congress gives CISA too much new authority too quickly, that, too, could create different problems, said Tatyana Bolton, policy director for cyber at the R Street Institute think tank. Cybersecurity “is one of the only places of bipartisan agreement” in Washington, Bolton said, suggesting that CISA could be a beneficiary of that cooperation. Yet the agency has spent years organizing for efficiency, meaning that more power could result in more yet more reshuffling.

“So, throwing a lot of new authorities at it can be challenging,” she said.