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This is one of the hardest concepts to grasp with respect to threat intelligence and research and it is one that is hotly debated on a global basis within those communities and beyond. Many of those IP addresses, 10s of millions of the 10s of millions observed by Dyn, Flashpoint Partners, and Akamai, were tied to hosts infected by the Mirai botnet.

Current and Emerging Trends in Cyber Operations

Devices such as CCTV cameras and the more common digital video recorders sold to individuals or provided by cable providers were among those devices infected and noted as being active during this attack. Preventing IoT Device Compromises Users at home should take the time to properly secure any new device introduced to their home networks.

This is a huge problem but one that could be curtailed through properly localized network hardening e. Whose job is it anyway?

However, responsibility for the attack is not shouldered by end users alone. In fact, end users can only provide a last-ditch preventative measure against these attacks, and as mentioned above, there is only so much that the average end user can do to secure their devices. In this case Mirai, the botnet observed targeting at least a portion of the 10s of millions of discrete IP addresses identified within this attack, scans the Internet of Things which is to say the Internet for devices which are vulnerable to exploitation.

The Attack

Once found and compromised, those devices are added to the conglomerate of devices which comprise the botnet.

In other words, it is not always the case that a common corpus of knowledge related to not only the operation of said devices, but to their security is easily found, if found at all. In this case, at least one vendor, Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology has come forward and stated that security vulnerabilities involving weak default passwords on its products DVRs and IP enabled cameras were taken advantage of by Mirai operators.

We, as security researchers and product developers, certainly play a role in that via our research and the application of the technology we develop which enables organizations and individuals to detect, identify, analyze, remediate, and mitigate these types of attacks and others. None of the projects directly address the coordination of federal cybersecurity activities with international partners.

Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 HSPD- 12 required a governmentwide standard for secure and reliable forms of identification. However, CNCI does not include any projects focused on enhancing identity authentication i. Stakeholders have not yet reached agreement on the scope of cybersecurity education efforts.

As documented in the briefing, we obtained comments from OMB officials on a draft of the briefing itself, and, among other things, these officials raised concerns that not all of the challenges we identified were associated with specific CNCI projects.

In response, we have clarified that two of the challenges we identified—coordinating actions with international entities, and strategically addressing identity management and authentication—are not connected to specific CNCI projects but rather relate to additional cybersecurity activities that are essential to securing federal systems, a key overall goal of CNCI.

In addition, OMB officials called our attention to an initial version of a plan for implementing federal identity, credential, and access management that was released in November , when we presented our briefing. The plan, while not yet complete, is aimed at addressing the challenge we identified regarding identity management and authentication, and we have modified our conclusions and recommendation in this area to take into account this effort.

Beginning with the work of the National Cyber Study Group in brainstorming and gathering information from multiple federal sources, the management approach for the initiative has emphasized coordination across agencies.

While planning for CNCI has been broadly coordinated, the initiative faces challenges if it is to fully achieve its objectives related to securing federal information systems, which include reducing potential vulnerabilities, protecting against intrusion attempts, and anticipating future threats. Among other things, roles and responsibilities for participating agencies have not always been clearly defined, and measures of effectiveness have not yet been established.

These challenges have been highlighted by experts and in other recent reviews of federal cybersecurity strategies. Until they are addressed within CNCI, the initiative risks not fully meeting its objectives. These challenges include coordination with international entities and the governmentwide implementation of identity management and authentication.

In written comments on a draft of this report, reproduced in appendix II, Agency Comments the Federal Chief Information Officer concurred with five of six and Our Evaluation recommendations, stating that efforts were either planned or underway to address them.

OMB disagreed with our conclusions and recommendation regarding the need to better define roles and responsibilities of federal entities in securing federal systems, noting that specific agency roles and responsibilities for the CNCI initiatives had been clearly defined.

We agree that, as described in our briefing, lead responsibility has been assigned for each of the CNCI initiatives. However, this fact does not diminish the larger challenge that CNCI faces in better establishing cybersecurity roles and responsibilities for securing federal systems.Ensure a safe and secure Washington State for the 21st Century Department of Navy Chief Information Officer Meade and incorporates NSA networks.

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We were asked to determine 1 what actions have been taken to develop interagency mechanisms to plan and coordinate CNCI activities and 2 what challenges CNCI faces in achieving its objectives related to securing federal information systems.

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