In this regard, the U.S. administration is currently paying “priority attention to efforts in the field of cybersecurity.”
The U.S. administration still fears for the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure facilities in the United States in connection with possible actions on the part of Russia. This was announced on Wednesday during an online conference by Carole House, Director of Cybersecurity and Secure Digital Innovations of the White House National Security Council.
“Most recently, [U.S. President Joe Biden] warned about Russia’s potential malicious cyber activity against the United States. We continue to declare [the existence of] these threats to the critical infrastructure of the United States,” she said. House explained that we are talking about both state-owned enterprises and the private sector. According to her, in this regard, the U.S. administration is currently paying “priority attention to efforts in the field of cybersecurity.”