President’s Council of Advisors on S&T Recommends More Initiatives on Critical Infrastructure Resilience – Executive Gov

The Biden administration should delegate the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to lead the development of critical infrastructure performance goals to strengthen U.S. cyber-physical resilience, according to a new report. The recommendations were published Tuesday by the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, which evaluated the administration’s strategy for securing the country’s critical

Broadening Requirements for Defending Critical Infrastructure –

A lack of uniform mandatory regulations has led to dramatic disparities in cybersecurity practices across different industrial sectors. This discrepancy is especially evident in industries associated with critical infrastructure, where some companies excel in security practices for operational technology (OT) and industrial control systems (ICS), while others lag. The imbalance introduces risks for the entire

Chinese Hackers Infiltrate America’s Critical Infrastructure – Daily Signal

“The cyberthreat posed by the Chinese government is massive.” That was FBI Director Christopher Wray, speaking at a recent security conference in Munich, warning of new cyberattacks from China. And not just from the outside, which would be bad enough. Wray singled out the Chinese Communist Party hacking group Volt Typhoon, which the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure

Survey: Less Than Half of IT Leaders are Confident in their IoT Security Plans –

Survey: Less Than Half of IT Leaders are Confident in their IoT Security Plans Feb 29, 2024 Viakoo recently released findings from its 2024 IoT Security Crisis: By the Numbers. The survey uncovers insights from IT and security executives, exposes a dramatic surge in enterprise IoT security risks, and highlights a critical missing piece in

Critical Infrastructure Systems Are Vulnerable to a New Kind of Cyberattack – Georgia Tech

In recent years, browser and web-based technology has become a powerful tool for operators of infrastructure and industrial systems. But it also has opened a new pathway for bad actors to seize control of these systems, potentially endangering critical power, water, and other infrastructure. Georgia Tech researchers have found a way to hijack the computers

ASIO chief warns of critical infrastructure sabotage threat – Telecoms Tech

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