Following earlier executive orders aimed at shoring up other aspects of critical infrastructure, the White House has issued a 100-day cybersecurity plan for United States water utilities.
Last week's White House cybersecurity summit was the Biden administration's first formal public-private meeting on the subject of national security, drawing together executives from some of the biggest names in key industries.
The Biden administration has taken the first step toward implementing a government-wide zero trust strategy with a memorandum addressed to all federal agencies, outlining the basic goals to be reached by the end of fiscal year 2024.
After seeing substantial portions of the energy and meat production supply chain kept from the market for days due to ransomware attacks, the US government is calling on private organizations to shore up their cybersecurity.
New White House phishing scam impersonating President Trump and Vice President Pence is baiting people who are anxious and lacking good guidance from the officials.
The Trump Administration has released a national strategy for 5G security that will guide the government's approach to securing 5G networks, fulfilling the mandate of the Secure 5G and Beyond Act which was signed concurrently.
The White House said that there is "no certainty" that there will be a cyber attack from Russia, but that the country is exploring options to target US critical infrastructure and that companies should harden cyber defenses.
Collecting more data without doing due diligence, getting the right team on the ground, and the right AI or processing tools for that team to use, is a massive gamble. You risk spending a lot of money and creating more security risks, without any of the pay off.
For the healthcare sector where 34% of all organizations were hit by ransomware last year, cyber insurance may seem like a good investment. However, this may give many organizations a false sense of security.