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Supply Chains Are The Next Subject of Cyberattacks

The cyberthreat landscape is evolving as threat actors develop new tactics to keep up with increasingly sophisticated corporate IT environments. In particular, threat actors are increasingly exploiting supply chain vulnerabilities to reach downstream targets. The effects of supply chain cyberattacks are far-reaching, and can affect downstream organizations. The effects can also last long after the … Continue Reading

The USDA’s ReConnect Program Is Back in the Broadband Infrastructure Funding Picture—and at a Critical Time

While the BEAD Program continues to garner most of the attention when it comes to federal funding for broadband infrastructure deployment programs, in this blog we have consistently underscored that (1) there are other sources of funding available and (2) the BEAD Program may not be the best fit for every entity and project. The … Continue Reading

The European Commission Publishes a New Master Plan for Europe’s Digital Infrastructure

The European Commission’s white paper “How To Master Europe’s Digital Infrastructure Needs?” is different from any previous Commission’s proposal in this sector. It is a holistic overview of the opportunities and challenges facing the EU communications industry at the crossroads of a complex converged ecosystem. The Commission invites comments on its proposals through an open … Continue Reading

White House Issues Executive Order to Strengthen Cybersecurity at US Ports

On February 21, 2024, the White House issued an executive order implementing various measures to bolster the security of US ports by expanding the US Coast Guard’s authority to regulate maritime cybersecurity, requiring the reporting of cyber incidents and investing in the US port critical infrastructure.… Continue Reading
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