White House Policy Gives Agencies 24 Hours to Report Attacks

Devon Warren-Kachelein reports:

A new memo issued by the U.S. National Security Council within the Biden White House requires critical cybersecurity agencies to relay cyber incidents rising to national security threats to the council within 24 hours. The move is reportedly an effort to get cybersecurity advisers close to the president to assess incidents targeting critical infrastructure.

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