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CISA Releases Guidance: TIC 3.0 Remote User Use Case

In conjunction with the Remote User Use Case, CISA has also released Response to Comments on TIC 3.0 Remote User Use Case and the Pilot Process Handbook.

Cyber Incident Reporting Act, FISMA Overhaul Advance in Senate

The Cyber Incident Reporting Act would require critical infrastructure owners and operators to report to CISA within 72 hours if they are experiencing a substantial cyber-attack.

CISA Releases New Cyber Reporting Guidance for Chemical Facilities

Sharing information about cyberattacks is integral as warnings of attacks, incidents, and network abnormalities can prevent additional attacks.

Critical Infrastructure Sectors and DHS Must Prepare More for Biothreats, Report Warns

The anthrax events of 2001 impacted 11 critical infrastructure sectors. All 16 critical infrastructure sectors remain at biological risk today.

CISA Issues Guidance to Mitigate Threats to Autonomous Vehicles

CISA has created an Autonomous Ground Vehicle Security Guide that provides transportation systems sector partners with a framework to better understand cyber-physical threats related to AVs and recommended strategies to mitigate both enterprise- and asset-level security risks.

Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Join Us to Confront Today’s Threats

I’ve been tracking how ransomware and other cyber attacks have threatened our critical infrastructure numerous times this year alone.

CISA’s Office for Bombing Prevention Marks 15th Year Protecting the U.S.

In 2020 alone, there were more than 12,000 explosive-related incidents and more than a 70% increase in domestic bombings.

House Homeland Leaders Introduce Bipartisan Cyber Incident Reporting Legislation

CISA would be required to establish requirements and procedures for covered critical infrastructure owners and operators to report covered cybersecurity incidents.
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