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CISA Publishes JCDC Remote Monitoring and Management Systems Cyber Defense Plan

By targeting RMM products, threat actors attempt to evade detection and maintain persistent access, a technique known as living off the land.

CISA Releases Infrastructure Resilience Planning Framework Launchpoint

The self-appraisal tool helps users contemplate their community’s resilience goals and start developing an approach to incorporating critical infrastructure resilience into their planning activities.

CISA and Election Security Partners Hold Election Security Exercise

The annual exercise gives participants the opportunity to share practices around cyber and physical incident planning, preparedness, identification, response, and recovery.

Aeva Black Joins CISA as Open Source Security Lead

Black comes to the agency as CISA is launching a new initiative to engage with open- source community organizations to strengthen the overall security posture of open-source software.

Agencies Seek Input to Help Secure Open Source Software

The RFI seeks input on where the government should focus areas for prioritization to secure open source software.

New CISA Cybersecurity Strategic Plan Focuses on Fundamentals to Change the ‘Trajectory of National Cybersecurity Risk’

Objectives in the new agency roadmap are built around assessing immediate threats, hardening the attack surface, and driving development of trustworthy tech products.

Agencies Release the Top Routinely Exploited Cyber Vulnerabilities of 2022

This advisory provides details on the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) routinely and frequently exploited by malicious cyber actors in 2022 and the associated Common Weakness Enumeration(s).

CISA and International Partner NCSC-NO Release Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on Threat Actors Exploiting Ivanti EPMM Vulnerabilities

CISA and NCSC-NO are concerned about the potential for widespread exploitation of both vulnerabilities in government and private sector networks.
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