Infrastructure Cybersecurity observed some of the risks in the tech section. After a huge attack took place between Ukrainian and Russia, the IT department gave some points to deal with the latest risk at infrastructure Cybersecurity.

 The point of Operational technology and IT along layering third-party digital products and services over legacy systems often compounds the restricted visibility and control over security teams that experts mention. Ukrainian officials warn Russian had a terrorist attack on the Chernobyl nuclear plant, it already created damage in a short period. After the war with the two countries started to begin, critical risk at the infrastructure on the security is higher.

The chief information security officer at Meta Financial Services, Michael Johnson mentions that the world conflict is one of the primary threats and warnings posed showed up in cyber which is disabling and it is destroying the core infrastructure of the adversary. The current world conflict, led to a global reaction, countries do fear reprisals. The concerns will make collateral damage to the critical infrastructure of other countries which is not directly involved in the current conflict, whether it be financial systems, energy infrastructure, and water supply.

CISO at CentralSquare Technologies, Troy Saunders in the email mentioned that in the United States water systems, nuclear facilities, and other critical infrastructure elements are not been maintained as it requires. It even considers technology and software which supports it.


Ukrainian officials warn Russian had a terrorist attack on the Chernobyl nuclear plant.

BlackByte issued an advisory on February ransomware which had compromised the business in at least at three U.S critical infrastructure sectors.

Saunders mentions, that increased vulnerability is one of the reasons for the lack of basic protections. Agencies need to begin with the basic security controls with their organization which includes implementing access management controls with zero trust, where your asserts, ensuring your system has the latest updates, patches and allow security from the firewall protections.

Small agencies and townships do not have an IT department, which is forcing them to outsource cybersecurity to rely on unskilled employees. Congress up to date has allowed $2billion cybersecurity in Bipartisan Infrastructure law which can help as the funds be applied to critical infrastructure according to its upgrades for all the levels of government.


102% of attacks were to be found in CheckPoint Software, during the first half of 2021.

Agency’s focal point should be about implementing information and technology management in its best practices which include networks segmentation, multifactor authentication, implementing quantitative risk management, and have access control. Modernization can bolster security; agencies should adopt cloud and choose a cloud vendor to meet to exceed their defined data and their security requirements.

Agencies are able to gain access to guidance through webinars, conferences and able to have the latest information on the alerts of cyber threats. National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Cybersecurity Framework is participating in InfraGard accepting partnership between the FBI and the private sector of U.S. critical infrastructure, that agencies must adopt a security framework.