White House issues call to action in light of new intelligence on Russian cyberthreat

The Biden administration renewed calls Monday for the private sector to address known vulnerabilities and shore up cyberdefenses in light of a looming possibility of a cyberattack from Russia on U.S. infrastructure. “The most troubling piece,” Anne Neubeger, the White House’s deputy national security adviser for cyber and emerging technology, said, is that “we continue to see known vulnerabilities for which we have patches available” used by cyberattackers to compromise U.S. companies. The administration has repeatedly warned the critical infrastructure sector about the potential for Russia to engage in malicious cyber activity against the United States in response to the recently imposed economic sanctions.

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