WASHINGTON - Cyber threats against businesses and governments have reached the top of the agenda for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security ( DHS), as a result of the situation in Ukraine and U.S. sanctions against Russia, Dan Lohrman reports for Government Technology. Continue reading original article.
The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:
9 March 2022 - Here are some recent headlines and excerpts on this topic from the past week:
CBS News — White House backs bill requiring mandatory reporting of major cyber incidents to CISA amid Ukraine crisis:
"The White House has come out in full support of a bill requiring hospitals, power plants, water utilities, airports and other critical infrastructure to report cyber attacks to the Department of Homeland Security within 72 hours.
"The move comes amid the escalating war in Ukraine and concerns of possible Russian cyber threats to the U.S.
Jamie Whitney, Associate Editor