TSA Releases Second Cybersecurity Directive for Pipeline Companies
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The TSA (Transportation Safety Administration) has issued the second tranche of pipeline cybersecurity rules to shore up the weaknesses that brought down Colonial Pipeline earlier this year during a ransomware attack.
According to two people familiar with the matter, the rules in the draft viewed by the industry were requirements related to password updates, disabling Microsoft Corp. macros, and emerging programmable logic controllers. (Ari Natter and Jennifer Dlouhy / Bloomberg)
Related: Reuters, DHS, Washington Post, Devdiscourse News Desk, Homeland Security Today, InsideCyberSecurity.com
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