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June 2022 Cybersecurity News

June 2022 Cybersecurity News

June 29, 2022

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What is new in June, 2022 in Cybersecurity?

RSA 2022: NIST Releases Draft Zero-Trust Architecture Guide

NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence has released the first of several preliminary drafts outlining ways that organizations can implement zero-trust architectures. Learn More

SEC Proposes New Cybersecurity Rules for Public Companies

Keeping up with federal regulations is an inevitable part of cybersecurity. While new rules aim to protect business, they also require more work. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently proposed new rules that public companies will need to know. These standardize event reporting and require periodic reporting about cybersecurity policies and procedures. What do they say? How will they affect your business? Read more

Colin Ahern, the former New York City Cyber Command official, will oversee the state’s Joint Security Operations CenterLearn More

U.S. Passes New Cybersecurity Legislation in June 2022

On June 21, 2022, U.S. President Joe Biden signed two cybersecurity bills into law. The latest in a series of efforts to improve the nation’s cybersecurity, the new legislation is intended to build skills and experience among the federal cyber workforce and promote coordination on security issues at all levels of government.Learn More

Breaking Down the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, How It Applies to Healthcare

Healthcare organizations can use the NIST Cybersecurity Framework's collection of standards and best practices to strengthen their overall security postures. Read More

Department of Energy rethinks cyber resilience in strategy to secure the grid.

The Department of Energy is optimistic it can find success in its new framework for building resilient clean energy systems that are capable of withstanding malicious cyberattacks. 

The DOE last week unveiled the National Cyber-Informed Engineering Strategy, a bipartisan plan to strengthen the energy sector’s ability to withstand a cyberattack. The plan looks to incorporate more cyber resilience during the manufacturing, development and deployment of computer systems used by energy providers, according to DOE officials. Read More



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