EPA unveils cybersecurity oversight for public drinking water systems

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The Environmental Protection Agency will require states to assess the cybersecurity practices of public water systems, marking the first new critical infrastructure initiative since the White House unveiled the Biden administration’s national cyber strategy Thursday.

As part of the EPA memorandum, states are to include cybersecurity as part of sanitary surveys, the periodic audits of water systems. 

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