This edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis initiatives unveiled by the Biden administration to enhance supply chain and critical infrastructure security and address the cybersecurity skills gap. Also featured: LockBit 2.0 ransomware rep 'tells all'; misconfigured Microsoft Power Apps.
The Biden administration unveiled a package of supply chain and critical infrastructure security initiatives following a meeting at the White House with tech executives and others. Companies such as Google and Microsoft also promised billions in spending on cybersecurity over the next several years.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the evolution of fraud trends and the challenges in implementing the "zero trust" framework in the OT environment.
A hacking incident reportedly involving a Massachusetts-based vendor that provides HVAC systems to customers including several high-profile Boston-area hospitals shines another spotlight on the growing cybersecurity risks involving IoT devices and OT equipment.
What are the latest cybersecurity issues? Join four Information Security Media Group editors as they describe the top issues of the week, including the risk of cyberattacks provoking a kinetic response, as well as top healthcare CISOs' tips for handling supply chain security, resiliency and ransomware.
OT, IoT, IIoT - each has critical distinctions, and each is increasingly vital to protecting the world's critical infrastructure from crippling cyberattacks. In a panel discussion, cybersecurity leaders discuss what it takes to get the C-suite's attention to prioritize this new generation of risk.
The widely used NicheStack TCP/IP stack has 14 vulnerabilities that, if exploited, could allow for remote code execution, denial of service, information leaks, TCP spoofing or DNS cache poisoning, according to researchers at Forescout and JFrog. But patches are now available.
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The lack of adequate security features in critical electric grid equipment that's made in other nations poses a serious U.S. cybersecurity threat, federal officials said this week. Supply chain attacks could take down the grid and result in a lengthy recovery period, they told Congress.
A bipartisan group of senators is pushing a bill that would require CISA to identify and respond to vulnerabilities and threats that target industrial control systems. The House has already passed a similar measure.
In the world of operational technology (OT), one small change or networking issue can have a significant effect on production, automation systems and even safety. Staying on top of what’s happening in the control network is mission critical – but one can’t monitor and manage what you can’t see.
U.S. water treatment facilities are increasingly vulnerable to cyberthreats to their IT networks as well as their OT systems, according to experts who testified at a Senate committee hearing this week.