The Transportation Security Administration unveiled cybersecurity rules on Tuesday for the largest, most vital airport and aircraft operators, the second time in less than a week that the Biden administration has acted on its push for cyber rules for critical infrastructure. It also marks the latest set of cyber rules for the aviation sector imposed by TSA. The newer set of rules requires the pertinent airports and operators to develop security plans for defending things like who has access to networks, then seek TSA approval for them. TSA Administrator David Pekoske said in a news release that “[p]rotecting our nation’s transportation system is our highest priority,” and TSA will work closely with industry to boost cybersecurity.
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