January 2022, Vol. 249, No. 1

Guest Commentary

Regulatory Developments in Pipeline Cybersecurity

By Paul Tiao, Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is overhauling its strategy for cybersecurity in the pipeline sector. Since 2007, Congress has authorized TSA to issue prescriptive pipeline cybersecurity requirements, but until May of this year, TSA instead adopted a collaborative approach with industry using voluntary Pipeline Security Guidelines.    During this period, U.S. pipeline companies participated in TSA’s voluntary programs, developed collaborative arrangements with TSA, and improved overall cybersecurity risk management in the face of increasing attacks.    Nevertheless, the worsening cyber-threat, and p

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