Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
CISA Cybersecurity Strategic Plan: An Important Step To Secure Critical Infrastructure
As a founding member of the Network Resilience Coalition, Cisco appreciates CISA’s shared commitment to focusing attention and investment on efforts to secure and maintain existing critical networked technologies.
Regulatory Harmonization in Cyber Incident Reporting: Best Idea for Security?
In March 2022, the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act (CIRCIA) was enacted in the U.S. with a clear purpose to improve the nation’s cybersecurity by requiring covered entities to report significant cyber incidents, including payments made for ransomware attacks. The law, and its rulemaking that is required of the Department of Homeland Security’s […]
Cisco Applauds CISA’s ‘K-12 Protecting Our Future Report’
Statement by Bill Davenport, Senior Director, Spectrum & Technology Policy, Government Affairs: Today’s report by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is an important recognition of the incredibly diverse cyber threat landscape facing K-12 education organizations across the country. No school district is immune from cyberattacks in today’s hyper-connected world, and it’s critical that […]
A Closer Look: Securing Critical Infrastructure in the Federal Government
What are the real security risks to our critical infrastructure and what resources are available to help you overcome them? Learn more.
Firewalling and VPN in the Remote Work Era
A misleading statement from one area of the information security industry falsely argues that the U.S. Government is “sounding the alarm around VPN security.” Actually, the government is acknowledging that remote security solutions like VPN as well as cloud and workload firewalling are now more critical than ever.
A New Day for Critical Infrastructure Security & Resilience
It’s a new Day for National Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience. While November is recognized as the month focused on this issue in the U.S., for some time, digital transformation has widened the aperture of our lens dramatically.