CISA Highlights China Threat in 2024 Priorities Report
Cyber threats from China topped the Joint Cyber Defense Force's priorities for 2024, according to the CISA.
Cancel: Dragos Breach Did Not Compromise E-ISAC
Cybersecurity firm Dragos, a partner of the Electricity Information Sharing and Analysis Center, suffered a cyber breach that exposed customer information.
E-ISAC’s Duncan Warns Cyber Threats Growing
The North American electric grid remains under threat from “capable adversaries” around the world, E-ISAC staff told a forum on Thursday.
SERC: Cybersecurity Means Going Beyond CIP Standards
Presenters at SERC Reliability webinar warned utilities that ransomware is a much bigger threat than many of them realize, and major efforts are still needed.
Dragos: Cyber Landscape Remained Volatile in 2022
The 2022 cyber threat landscape included new malware targeting the electric industry with “breakthrough escalation in capabilities,” a new report says.
Dragos: Ransomware ‘More Impactful’ in Q2
Ransomware continues to pose a serious problem for critical infrastructure despite a slight drop in the number of incidents, a new report says.
SERC: Ransomware Threats Continuing to Evolve
A cybersecurity expert said electric utilities may face a growing threat of ransomware attacks amid the ongoing Russo-Ukraine conflict.
Texas RE: Malware, Ransomware Attacks ‘Here to Stay’
Cyberattacks for economic gain are “without a doubt” going to remain a danger for businesses for some time, the Texas Reliability Entity said in webinar.
Report Warns of Growing Cyber Dangers
A new report from cybersecurity firm Tenable warns that critical infrastructure and other sectors must tackle the vulnerabilities found in common platforms.
Energy Bar Association
EBA Panel Discusses Management and Mitigation of Cybersecurity Risks
A panel on the opening day of the Energy Bar Association Mid-Year Forum discussed cybersecurity risks on critical energy infrastructure.

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