The Port Facility Cybersecurity Risks Infographic details how cyberattacks could impact different aspects of port operations. The risks identified in this infographic do not encompass all risks to maritime facilities and are meant to demonstrate some of the potential activities of malicious cyber actors.
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CISA’s Mis-, Dis-, Malinformation (MDM) team is charged with building national resilience to mis-, dis-, and malinformation and foreign influence activities. Through these efforts, CISA helps the American people understand the scope and scale of MDM activities targeting elections and critical infrastructure, and enables them to take actions to mitigate associated risks. The MDM team was formerly known as the Countering Foreign Influence Task Force (CFITF).
Cybersecurity Officials from U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada and New Zealand Release Best Practices for Incident Response
The Planning Guide and templates are voluntary tools to help jurisdictions effectively recognize and respond to potential cyber incidents. Election offices can use this information as a basic cyber incident response plan or integrate it into a broader plan based on their specific needs. The templates, which can be tailored to fit the exact needs of each jurisdiction, include:
This role investigates, analyzes, and responds to cyber incidents within the network environment or enclave.
Personnel performing this role may unofficially or alternatively be called:
This fact sheet lists the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency's (CISA) suite of security preparation and preparedness resources and programs available that may enhance facility security awareness and profile.
Risk-Based Performance Standard (RBPS) 8 – Cyber, high-risk facilities must have appropriate security policies, practices, and people to prevent, protect, respond to, and recover from incidents helps deter cyber sabotage.