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Katten Safety Advisory Group Cybersecurity Dashboard

Newsletter | October 26, 2016

The KSAG Cybersecurity Dashboard is a recurring series related to cybersecurity and critical infrastructure. Below are the topics explored in this issue.

  • A Presidential Proclamation: October 2016 is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
  • An ICS Recommended Practice: US Department of Homeland Security, Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team, Recommended Practice: Improving Industrial Control System Cybersecurity with Defense-In-Depth Strategies
  • The presidential commission on enhancing national cybersecurity: API, AFPM, and More Than 100 Other Commenters Respond to an Information Request Regarding the Current and Future State of Cybersecurity
  • Regulatory Cyber-Enforcement: DOJ Warns of "New Liability" for Not Sharing Information; FTC Asserts Jurisdiction to Enforce Corporate Failures to Patch Known Vulnerabilities
  • A Request for Information: NIST, Computer Security Division, DRAFT White Paper – Cybersecurity Framework Manufacturing Profile (Comments Due November 4, 2016)
  • Information Sharing: ISAO Standards Organization Releases Initial Voluntary Guidelines for ISAOs
  • Industry Reports: Trend Reports on Ransomware, Phishing, Distributed Denial of Service, Etc.
  • American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers: Katten and Deloitte Present "Legal Risks From Cyber-Threats in the Energy and Transportation Sectors" at AFPM Q&A and Technology Forum
  • A Book: Charlie Mitchell, Hacked: The Inside Story of America’s Struggle to Secure Cyberspace

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