We are approaching the midpoint of the year and significant nation-state attacks abound. Recent supply chain attacks impacting SolarWinds, Microsoft Exchange, and others permitted attack entry points into thousands of companies and multiple federal agencies. The more recent attacks against an oil pipeline and a water treatment plant caused further immediate disruption and concern for what may be next. In the shadow of these attacks, the Biden Administration released a cybersecurity Executive Order calling for rulemakings, but will the Administration appropriately scope further cyber requirements to meet current threats? Or is there a concern that the Administration could be layering on yet another potentially redundant audit standard?
Join us for a discussion of:
- The recent supply chain and critical infrastructure attack vectors
- The Biden Administration’s upcoming Executive Order and potentially extending the reach of federal security requirements
- Steps you can take to protect your enterprise
- Ben Miller, Vice President, Services and R&D, Dragos
- Amy Mushahwar, Partner, Alston & Bird
- Kim Peretti, Partner, Alston & Bird
Alston & Bird is the CLE provider for this program. CLE is pending for Georgia, Texas, California, New York, and Missouri. Additional states may be available upon request.
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