Friday, November 4, 2022

Short Takes – 11-4-22

Responding to and Recovering from a Cyber Attack: Cybersecurity for the Manufacturing Sector. publication. Pull quote: “Though defense-in-depth security architecture helps to mitigate cyber risks, it cannot guarantee elimination of all cyber risks; therefore, manufacturing organizations should also have a plan to recover and restore operations should a cyber incident impact operations. The goal of this project is to demonstrate means to recover equipment from a cyber incident and restore operations. The NCCoE, part of NIST’s Information Technology Laboratory, in conjunction with the NIST Communications Technology Laboratory (CTL) and industry collaborators, will demonstrate an approach for responding to and recovering from an OT attack within the manufacturing sector by leveraging the following cybersecurity capabilities: event reporting, log review, event analysis, and incident handling and response.”

Hazardous Materials: Public Meeting Notice for the Research, Development & Technology Virtual Forum. Federal Register Notice. MS Teams meeting on December 1st, 2022. Pull quote: “The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration's (PHMSA) Office of Hazardous Materials Safety (OHMS) will hold a public Research, Development & Technology Forum on December 1, 2022, virtually on Microsoft Teams (MS Teams) to present the results of recently completed projects, brief new project plans, and obtain stakeholder input on the direction of current and future research projects on topics including mitigation of climate change, risk management and mitigation, packaging integrity, emerging technology, and technical analysis to aid risk assessment.” Registration required.

Fire at Valero refinery Corpus Christi. article. This is probably going to make the current diesel shortage even more critical. Pull quote: “Corpus Christi residents told a local television station and a local newspaper they heard an explosion before the fire broke out in the East Plant of the 290,000 barrel-per-day (bpd) refinery in the coastal Texas city, located 208 miles (335 km) southwest of Houston.”

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