White House cyber adviser Anne Neuberger delivered some remarks at the White House briefing today, and it was a warning about potential cyberattacks from Russia:

We can’t help but see those comments and also remember something that happened about six months into the Biden presidency:

In June of last year, Biden said this after a meeting with Putin:

Another area we spent a great deal of time on, was cyber, and cybersecurity. I talked about the proposition that certain critical infrastructures should be off-limits to attack, period. By cyber or any other means. I gave them [Russia] a list, if I’m not mistaken — I don’t have it in front of me — 16 specific entities, 16 defined as critical infrastructure under US policies. From the energy sector to our water systems.

Feeling confident now?

What could possibly go wrong?



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