[SecurityWeek] No Time to Waste: Three Ways to Quickly Reduce Risk in Critical Infrastructure Environments

Earlier this month, the U.S. experienced it first major shutdown of critical infrastructure due to a cyberattack in the nation’s history. When adversaries targeted Colonial Pipeline with a disruptive ransomware attack, critical infrastructure security immediately became a mainstream concern, because the attack is unprecedented in terms of its impact.

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