For over two decades, the federal government has issued directives and regulations to protect critical infrastructure from cybercrime. But as attacks on healthcare, manufacturing and the supply chain rage on, are these regulations doing enough to protect the industries we rely on?
Well, not right now. Notorious cyberattacks, such as the one involving Colonial Pipeline, led to major fuel shortages, compromising government and enterprise networks. These sorts of attacks showed us how easily one breach can send ripples throughout the world. Deemed a threat to national security, we must evaluate what’s working, what’s not and what’s needed to protect our mission- and life-critical infrastructure.
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