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Elevated Cyberthreats are the 'New Normal'

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Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director Jen Easterly.

Thew U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has been sounding an alarm since mid-February that U.S. companies should put their “shields up” in response to heightened fears of Russian aggression.

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The Supreme Court wants the Biden administration to weigh in on WhatsApp's lawsuit against NSO, and another election denier is poised to be a GOP nominee to lead elections — in New Mexico this time.

More frequent cyberattacks are the "new normal" for U.S. companies and individuals, the Biden administration's top cyber officials are warning.

It's a significant messaging shift for the administration, following more than a year of ransomware attacks pummeling U.S. businesses, schools and local governments and months of warnings about beefed-up Russian cyber aggression related to the war in Ukraine.

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