White House cyber summit with private sector nets impressive gains, but points to considerable work needed ahead
"A couple folks have struggled with the idea that we're going to pat companies on the back for doing things they should already be doing," said one observer.
Apple, JPMorgan Chase bosses among industry heads set to gather at White House for cyber 'call to action'
The administration expects to make "concrete announcements" about tackling root causes of cyberattacks, a senior official said.
Researchers find big flaw in a Schneider Electric ICS system popular in building systems, utilities
The vulnerability could be used to deploy a variety of attacks including ransomware.
Colonial Pipeline didn't tell CISA about ransomware incident, highlighting questions about information sharing
It wasn't the only incident on lawmakers' minds where they thought information sharing fell short.
Biden administration unveils plan to defend electric sector from cyberattacks
The Department of Energy is buckling down with a 100-day plan.
How (and why) cyber specialists hacked a North American utility's smart meter
Big hacks like the 2015 Ukraine power outage and the 2017 shutdown of a Saudi petrochemical plant still inspire red teams today.