Cybersecurity Initiatives are Heating Up

September 15, 2023
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NIST recently released an updated version of its Cybersecurity Framework 2.0, which it built around feedback gathered from various industry players. Understand these changes and how to evolve with the cybersecurity sector in this detailed overview.

As temperatures rise outside these last few weeks of summer, the heat on cybersecurity initiatives is also being turned up. One sector feeling it – pipelines. A year after introducing new requirements for pipeline operators, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has put out an updated set of standards with a keen focus on assessment. While the previous guidelines, which were presented in the wake of the Colonial Pipeline debacle, emphasized plan development, TSA administrator David Pekoske explained that facilities now must put those plans to the test. Other requirements, such as reporting and identifying roles, remain in place.

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