Infrastructure Cybersecurity: Protections, Threats, and Federal Programs


Michael V. Walls (Editor)

Series: Government Procedures and Operations
BISAC: COM053000

Private entities, especially those critical to our nation’s infrastructure, are responsible for assessing their individual risk and investing in technology to prevent breaches. At the same time, the federal government must develop a comprehensive approach to not only defend against cyberattacks, but also to punish foreign adversaries who continue to perpetrate them. This book examines policies that will help secure our critical infrastructure networks.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Threats to Critical Infrastructure: Examining the Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack
Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs

Chapter 2. Pipeline Cybersecurity: Federal Programs
Paul W. Parfomak and Chris Jaikaran

Chapter 3. Transportation Cybersecurity: Protecting Planes, Trains, and Pipelines from Cyber Threats
Committee on Homeland Security


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