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May 21, 2024
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Glick Calls for Pipeline Cyber Standards After Colonial Attack
Group Blamed for Intrusion Claims No Government Connection
<p>A jet flies over a fuel storage facility operated by Colonial Pipeline. The ransomware attack against Colonial in May resulted in the weeklong shutdown of the company's entire pipeline network, disrupting fuel supplies across the U.S. East Coast.</p>

A jet flies over a fuel storage facility operated by Colonial Pipeline. The ransomware attack against Colonial in May resulted in the weeklong shutdown of the company's entire pipeline network, disrupting fuel supplies across the U.S. East Coast.

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In the wake of the ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline, FERC Chairman Richard Glick called for mandatory cybersecurity standards for pipelines.
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