CISA Releases 2023 Year in Review Showcasing Efforts to Protect Critical Infrastructure

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January 28, 2024 | Originally published by CISA on January 17, 2024

WASHINGTON – The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released its fourth annual Year in Review showcasing CISA’s work to protect the nation from cyber and physical threats, while working to increase the resilience of critical infrastructure Americans rely on every day. The 2023 Year in Review reflects on the agency’s accomplishments across its broad cybersecurity, infrastructure security and emergency communications missions as the nation and the world adapted to technological advances, spillover from international events, and other major events. In 2024, CISA will continue to develop and deliver tools, training, technical expertise, and other resources to help our critical infrastructure partners increase their own resilience and defenses against evolving risks.

“This Year in Review report demonstrates CISA’s exceptional work in 2023 to protect critical infrastructure,” said CISA Director Jen Easterly. “It not only celebrates our progress from the past year but also spotlights groundbreaking milestones and pioneering ‘firsts’ achieved by the agency. These efforts are a testament to and reflect the dedication of CISA’s workforce. Because of their commitment to the mission, the critical infrastructure systems that Americans rely on every day are more secure and resilient than ever.”

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