Cybersecurity Dive February 21, 2024
David Jones

The order will transfer crane manufacturing back to the U.S., amid concerns about potential cyber risk to port facilities, maritime transportation and threats from China.

Dive Brief:

  • The Biden administration issued an executive order Wednesday to shore up cybersecurity at U.S. port facilities, part of a larger strategy to improve maritime cybersecurity, strengthen supply chains and raise the nation’s industrial base.
  • The U.S. Coast Guard will have the express authority to respond to malicious cyber activity in the nation’s marine transportation system, the White House said. The order will also require the prompt reporting of cyber threats and cyber incidents involving a vessel, harbor, port or waterfront facility.
  • The Biden administration will invest more than $20 billion into...

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