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News August 3, 2021

The CVSS and OT Systems: Expert Interview Series, Ron Brash, Verve Industrial Protection

The CVSS was designed for IT responders, and many in OT question its effectiveness in measuring ICS vulnerabilities, says Ron Brash of Verve.

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News July 29, 2021

Companies need to reassess their cyber-physical security risk

Chief financial officers (CFOs) and audit committees need to have a radical reimagining of what cyber-physical security risk means for their organizations.

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News July 28, 2021

TSA Pipeline cybersecurity directive announced

On May 27, the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced its initial regulatory response to the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack.

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News July 23, 2021

Defending Against Ransomware: Expert Interview Series, Ron Brash

Ransomware attacks have been surging, with hackers striking major pieces of critical infrastructure. But large companies are far from alone.

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News July 22, 2021

FBI, CISA disclose spearphishing activity targeting US oil and natural gas pipeline companies

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s TSA division released second security directive for critical pipeline owners and operators.

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News July 21, 2021

China hacking threat prompts rare U.S. pipeline warning

U.S. homeland security officials unveiled new pipeline cybersecurity rules yesterday alongside a rare warning about a nearly decade-old hacking threat.

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News July 21, 2021

US administration releases second security directive for critical pipeline owners and operators

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s TSA division released second security directive for critical pipeline owners and operators.

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News July 20, 2021

TSA Issues Second Directive for Pipeline Operators Amid China Concerns

A separate advisory from the CISA this week resurfaced details of a 2011–2013 Chinese campaign against energy industry targets and warned that same tactics and techniques still remain effective.

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News July 16, 2021

Three benefits of a 360-degree vulnerability assessment

Defending critical infrastructure requires 360-degree visibility into network vulnerabilities, which is why a vulnerability assessment is key.

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News June 29, 2021

Hacked! Lessons learned and next steps after the Colonial Pipeline ransomware incident

In the days following the incident, we solicited perspective on the crisis from a handful of cybersecurity thought-leaders who discussed how the incident happened, why we should all be concerned, and ways we can learn from this hack to work more safely in the future.

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News June 29, 2021

ISA 62443-3-2 standard accessible to industrial companies for automation, control systems cybersecurity

The International Society of Automation (ISA) and the ISAGCA released a white paper that provides an overview of the ISA 62443-3-2 standard.

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News June 22, 2021

Software bills of materials (SBOM) could help improve cybersecurity

Software bills of materials may soon be used to improve security, by more easily identifying outdated libraries with known vulnerabilities

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