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When Will Attacks on Our Critical Infrastructure Stop?

Organizations and individuals should understand that if they aren't prepared for recurring operational cyber disruptions due to threat actors targeting critical infrastructure they are jeopardizing their business. Organizations need to develop, implement, and test their incident response, business continuity/disaster recovery, and continuity of operations plans/playbooks. If these plans are developed and implemented correctly, they can greatly minimize the negative impact of a cyber disruption on the organization and ensure they are able to maintain critical business operations.

Cyber operations that target critical infrastructure, elections, supply chains and more may be “more destructive and disruptive” in the near future and as “states attempt more aggressive cyber operations, they are more likely to affect civilian populations and to embolden other states that seek similar outcomes,” according to intelligence agencies.


cyber, infrastructure, business continuity, disaster recovery, technology, incident response, operations

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