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Vulnerability of Critical Electricity Infrastructure

Cybersecurity is often described as prevention, detection, response --- and recovery, if needed. What the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, the Oldsmar Florida Water poisoning attempt, and now the White House are all telling us is that prevention isn’t perfect and therefore, we need to increase focus on detection, response, and recovery.

Shortly after the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, the White House issued the National Security Memorandum to Improve Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructure Control Systems1 (‘NSM’). The NSM is a collaborative effort between the Federal Government and the critical infrastructure community to improve the cybersecurity of critical systems. The overall goal of the NSM is to defend the United States’ infrastructure and encourage asset owners to deploy threat visibility and detection technologies to support incident response, incident recovery and information sharing.

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