Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Tuesday, May 12, 2020
DHS memo: 'Significant' security risks presented by online voting
CyberScoop.com, by: Sean Lyngaas, May 11, 2020
The Department of Homeland Security has told election officials and voting vendors that internet-connected voting is risky to the point that ballots returned online “could be manipulated at scale” by a malicious attacker.

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Critical Infrastructure Protection:
7/4/19   4 steps to critical infrastructure protection readiness
11/13/18   Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen Statement on National Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month
6/6/18   Deadly attacks feared as hackers target industrial sites
5/30/18   Saving billions by removing dams rather than repairing them
4/30/18   A Lack Of Cybersecurity Funding And Expertise Threatens U.S. Infrastructure
4/18/18   An Examination of Russian Cyberattacks on Critical Infrastructure: What to Do Now
3/30/18   Protecting critical infrastructure from dire threats
3/25/18   There's another huge threat to the Internet. And teh public doesn't seem to care.
2/5/18   OHIO AND IOWA ARE THE LATEST OF EIGHT STATES TO CONSIDER ANTI-PROTEST BILLS AIMED AT PIPELINE OPPONENTS
1/23/18   HACKING NUCLEAR SYSTEMS IS THE ULTIMATE CYBER THREAT. ARE WE PREPARED?
9/22/17   How Manhole Sensors Protect our Critical Infrastructure
8/23/17   U.S. Has Capabilities, Lacks Coordination to Defend Critical Infrastructure from Cyber Attacks
7/7/17   Hackers Are Targeting Nuclear Facilities, Homeland Security Dept. and F.B.I. Say
6/20/17   HOW AN ENTIRE NATION BECAME RUSSIA'S TEST LAB FOR CYBERWAR
6/1/17   Kaspersky - Cyber battleground to shift to critical infrastructure
4/27/17   New SCADA Flaws Allow Ransomware, Other Attacks
3/14/17   America's critical infrastructure is crumbling
2/13/17   Why All Americans Should Be Worried About the Oroville Dam Crisis
1/4/17   Demand Swells for Critical Infrastructure Training
12/12/16   Lax Cybersecurity at Nuclear Facilities is a Recipe For Widespread Disaster
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