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The nation’s critical infrastructure is coming under increased pressure to protect vital systems and assets from outside cyber threats as the number of attacks increase and stronger regulations are imposed, Marsh said in a new report. According to Marsh, the growing threat is no more apparent than within the power and utilities industry, which faces more cyber attacks than any other critical infrastructure sector, according to Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) data.

In its latest briefing, “Securing Power, Utilities, and Other Critical Infrastructure from Growing Cyber Risks,” Marsh examined the growing cyber threat to the U.S. power grid and other infrastructure facilities; the evolving regulatory landscape; and steps utilities and other facilities can take to better protect their data and assets.

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