Critical Infrastructure

The Critical Infrastructure category is a collection of news, analysis, and other information relevant to security professionals who work in or provide services to the Critical Infrastructure market. It covers issues pertaining to security management as well as security technology deployments at utilities, airports, transit operators, oil and petrochemical facilities, and other critical infrastructure operators.
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Disruptions from ransomware and cyberattacks on supply chains and critical infrastructure sharpen focus on OT Security for 2023

March 2, 2023
TXOne Networks, a global leader of OT-native security solutions for ICS and Frost & Sullivan Analysis delivers an in-depth report on the contemporary threat landscape

Cisco releases security advisory for Cisco IP phones

March 2, 2023
03/02/2023 07:00 AM ESTCisco has released a security advisory for vulnerabilities affecting the 6800, 7800, 7900, and 8800 Series of Cisco IP Phones. A remote attacker could exploit...
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While the transition to the cloud has been ongoing for most organizations, modernizing your SOC architecture to protect your organization is more critical than ever.
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Small shifts to modernize your security begin with systems upgrades

Feb. 28, 2023
It is crucial for security teams to re-architect core security operating infrastructure and prioritize SOC modernization
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DHS announces $2 billion in preparedness grants

Feb. 28, 2023
The grants provide critical funding to help state, local, tribal, and territorial officials prepare for, prevent, protect against, and respond to acts of terrorism.
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The Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol meets the criteria for a terrorist act, yet no insurrectionists have been charged with terrorism.
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N.J. homeland security report says homegrown extremists, white supremacists pose biggest threat

Feb. 27, 2023
The NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness report does not warn of any specific pending hazard but focuses on the risks posed by hatred and political violence