Last Monday, the current US administration released a “Statement by President Biden on our Nation’s Cybersecurity,” followed by public statements where Biden warned about the prospect of a Russian cyberattack, saying “it’s coming.” Both the written and verbal comments reinforced the fact that “the federal government can’t defend against the threat alone” and Biden went on to tell US critical infrastructure owners that “under US law…the private sector…largely decides the protections that we will
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) announced on 20 January 2022, to strengthen its Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Reliability Standards by requiring internal network security monitoring (INSM) for high and medium impact bulk electric system cyber systems.
The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) proposes to direct the North American Electric Reliability Corporation to develop and submit new or modified Reliability Standards to address a gap in the current standards.
Area Maritime Security Committees 2020 Annual Report – Challenges, Suggestions, Accomplishments, and Best Practices. The Office of Port and Facility Compliance is pleased to announce the publication of a consolidated report on the status and work completed in 2020 by Area Maritime Security Committees. Area Maritime Security Committees 2020 Annual ReportArea Maritime Security Committees 2020 Annual Report.
Area Maritime Security Committees (AMSCs) provide a valuable forum to discuss and a
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