Inside Cybersecurity

January 29, 2022

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By Sara Friedman

A request for information to kick off NIST’s cyber framework update will be released “likely in the next few weeks,” according to agency cyber leader Kevin Stine, who provided a preview of what to expect and how NIST will incorporate recent supply chain initiatives at a Thursday event.

By Sara Friedman

An upcoming Commerce-DHS report will have a “series of recommendations” on how to reinvigorate the U.S. information and communications technology industrial base, according to CISA’s Bob Kolasky.

By Charlie Mitchell

The Biden administration initiative on water-sector cybersecurity kicks off a 100-day collaborative process with the industry and is seen as focusing attention on a critical infrastructure that was long in the margins of federal cyber efforts.

By Charlie Mitchell

The Federal Communications Commission has prohibited China Unicom Americas from operating in the United States, the FCC’s latest move to address potential security threats posed by major Chinese telecom firms.

By Charlie Mitchell

The White House today announced it is expanding the Biden administration’s industrial control system cybersecurity initiative to water systems, after starting out with a focus on the electricity and natural gas pipeline sectors.

By Sara Friedman

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is working on expanding its visibility into cyber threats and vulnerabilities, through increased information sharing and strengthening partnerships with federal agencies, critical infrastructure and state and local governments under CISA’s new cyber operating plan.

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