After Colonial Pipeline Hack, U.S. to Require Operators to Report Cyberattacks

Rebecca Smith reports:

The Transportation Security Administration intends to release the first of at least two security directives that would require pipeline operators to notify it when they are targets or victims of cyberattacks, according to senior officials at the Department of Homeland Security.

The action, expected this week, also will require each company to designate a point person for cybersecurity.

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