U.S. Homeland Security Pushes New Cybersecurity Rules After Colonial Pipeline Attack

This directive comes from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency which advised the Transportation Security Administration “on cybersecurity threats to the pipeline industry, as well as technical countermeasures to prevent those threats.” This follows an earlier directive from May, which required pipeline owners and operators to report any cybersecurity incidents to CISA, have a 24/7 cybersecurity coordinator, review current practices, identify security gaps, and remediations to address risks and then report them to the TSA and CISA under 30 days.

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