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Number of questions: 30
Time allowed to complete: 60 minutes
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How to protect their organization and Boost its security against advance threats that bypass traditional security controls
l How FortiSandbox detects threats that traditional antivirus product miss
l How FortiSandbox dynamically generates local threat intelligence, which can be shared throughout the network
l How other advanced threat protection (ATP) components—FortiGate, FortiMail, FortiWeb, and FortiClient—leverage this threat intelligence information to protect organizations, from end-to-end, from advanced threats

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l Identify threat actors and their motivations
l Understand the anatomy of an attack—the kill chain
l Identify the potentially vulnerable entry points in an Enterprise network
l Identify how the ATP framework works to break the kill chain
l Identify the role of FortiSandbox in the ATP framework
l Identify appropriate applications for sandboxing
l Identify FortiSandbox architecture
l Identify FortiSandbox key components
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l Configure FortiMail integration with FortiSandbox
l Configure FortiWeb integration with FortiSandbox
l Configure FortiClient integration with FortiSandbox
l Troubleshoot FortiSandbox-related issues
l Perform analysis of outbreak events
l Remediate outbreak events based on log and report analysis

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Killexams : Fortinet Warns of Active Exploitation of Newly Discovered Critical Auth Bypass Bug

Fortinet on Monday revealed that the newly patched critical security vulnerability impacting its firewall and proxy products is being actively exploited in the wild.

Tracked as CVE-2022-40684 (CVSS score: 9.6), the flaw relates to an authentication bypass in FortiOS, FortiProxy, and FortiSwitchManager that could allow a remote attacker to perform unauthorized operations on the administrative interface via specially crafted HTTP(S) requests.

"Fortinet is aware of an instance where this vulnerability was exploited, and recommends immediately validating your systems against the following indicator of compromise in the device's logs: user='Local_Process_Access,'" the company noted in an advisory.

The list of impacted devices is below -

  • FortiOS version 7.2.0 through 7.2.1
  • FortiOS version 7.0.0 through 7.0.6
  • FortiProxy version 7.2.0
  • FortiProxy version 7.0.0 through 7.0.6
  • FortiSwitchManager version 7.2.0, and
  • FortiSwitchManager version 7.0.0

Updates have been released by the security company in FortiOS versions 7.0.7 and 7.2.2, FortiProxy versions 7.0.7 and 7.2.1, and FortiSwitchManager version 7.2.1.

The disclosure comes days after Fortinet sent "confidential advance customer communications" to its customers, urging them to apply patches to mitigate potential attacks exploiting the flaw.

If updating to the latest version isn't an option, it's recommended that users disable the HTTP/HTTPS administrative interface, or alternatively limit IP addresses that can access the administrative interface.

Update: The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Tuesday added the Fortinet flaw to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog, requiring federal agencies to apply patches by November 1, 2022.

Details and proof-of-concept (PoC) code for the vulnerability are expected to become publicly available in the coming days, in a move that could enable other threat actors to adopt the exploit to their toolset and mount their own attacks.

"Vulnerabilities affecting devices on the edge of corporate networks are among the most sought after by threat actors because it leads to breaching the perimeter, and CVE-2022-40684 allows exactly this," Zach Hanley, chief attack engineer at Horizon3.ai, said.

"Past Fortinet vulnerabilities, like CVE-2018-13379, have remained some of the top exploited vulnerabilities over the years and this one will likely be no different."


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Killexams : Answer Line: Protection from lemon large appliances

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QUESTION: I’ve heard of “lemon laws” in Texas for cars, but is there anything along those lines protecting consumers for large appliance purchases, such as refrigerators, oven ranges, etc.?

ANSWER: There is something similar, although it doesn’t pertain specifically to appliances.

I got help with this question from Rick McElvaney, a professor in the University of Houston Law Center who also is the program director of the Center for Consumer Law and director of the Texas Consumer Complaint Center. (Call that center for guidance at (713) 743-2168.)

Generally, appliances have a manufacturer’s warranty and possibly an extended warrant that can be purchased. As McElvaney explained it, Texas has the Deceptive Trade Practices Act. It has different applications, of course, but it does describe breach of warranty as a deceptive trade practice. It also provides recourse if someone sells you an appliance without telling you it has been damaged or doesn’t work properly.

Remedy under that law, however, requires a lawsuit. McElvaney said if the value is less than $10,000, you could file a case in a justice — or small claims — court.

“It’s very inexpensive to file those suits,” he said, and the justice of the peace over the court can guide the case “without more elaborate proceedings.” Cases involving more expensive claims would likely require an attorney, he said.

You also can file complaints with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, Federal Trade Commission and the Better Business Bureau. Find more about those complaint processes at www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cpd/file-a-consumer-complaint.

Q: Why do we pronounce Kansas and Arkansas differently, considering that the only difference in the names is the first two letters?

A: Well, it’s the law. Or at least it is in Arkansas where there was some disagreement about this issue at one time. I’ll come back to that in a minute.

The reason I think they’re pronounced differently — and why there’s been some disagreement about it — is because the names weren’t created in an orderly fashion using our modern understanding of phonetics. Instead, the names evolved over time for each state as French, English and Spanish explorers arrived, interacted with Native Americans and started writing names on maps.

The website of the Arkansas Secretary of State’s Office states, “The word ‘Arkansas came from the Quapaw Indians, by way of early French explorers.” At the time of the early French exploration, a tribe of Indians, the Quapaws, lived west of the Mississippi and north of the Arkansas River. The Quapaws, or OO-GAQ-Pa, were also known as the ‘people who live downstream, or UGAKHOPAG. The Algonkian-speaking Indians of the Ohio Valley called them the Arkansas, or ‘south wind.’

The state’s name has been spelled several ways throughout history. In Marquette and Joliet’s Journal of 1673, the Indian name is spelled ‘Akansea.’ In LaSalle’s map a few years later, it’s spelled ‘Acansa.’ A map based on the journey of La Harpe in 1718-22 refers to the river as the ‘Arkansas’ and to the Indians as ‘Les Akansas.’ In about 1811, Captain Zebulon Pike, a noted explorer, spelled it ‘Arkansaw.’”

The story of Kansas’s name follows a similar path, according to information on “Kansapedia,” by the Kansas Historical Society, and from the Kansas State Department of Education.

The state was named for the Kansa Indians.

“In the English language they were known as the ‘people of the south wind.’ The Kansa simply referred to themselves as ‘the people’ like many other American Indian tribes,” information from the education department says. “The name Kansas first appeared in print a long time ago. The French explorers were the first to write down the name of the Kansa Indians. They also named a river after them. One French explorer put the name ‘Kansas’ on a map.”

Kansapedia describes how the river for which the state is named was sometimes spelled differently by various explorers.

”Guillaume de l’Isle was the first to map the Kansas River. Carte de la Louisiane, created in about 1718, shows the Grande Riv[iere] des Cansez flowing into the Missouri at about the 40th parallel. Jean Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville in 1722 wrote of ‘las riviere des Canzes, qui afflue dans celle du Missouri, (the Kansas river that flows into the Missouri.),” Kansapedia says.

Now, back to that law: the Arkansas Secretary of State’s website states that early in its statehood, the state had two U.S. senators who disagreed about how to spell and pronounced the state’s name.

“One was always introduced as the senator from ‘ARkanSAWa and the other as the senator from A’r-KANSAS.’ In 1881, the state’s General Assembly passed a resolution declaring that the state’s name should be spelled ‘Arkansas but pronounced ‘Arkansaw,’ “ the website states. “The pronunciation preserves the memory of the Indians who were the original inhabitants of our state, while the spelling clearly dictates the nationality of French adventurers who first explored this area.”

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Killexams : Fortinet Warns of New Auth Bypass Flaw Affecting FortiGate and FortiProxy

Fortinet has privately warned its customers of a security flaw affecting FortiGate firewalls and FortiProxy web proxies that could potentially allow an attacker to perform unauthorized actions on susceptible devices.

Tracked as CVE-2022-40684 (CVSS score: 9.6), the critical flaw relates to an authentication bypass vulnerability that may permit an unauthenticated adversary to carry out arbitrary operations on the administrative interface via a specially crafted HTTP(S) request.

The issue impacts the following versions, and has been addressed in FortiOS versions 7.0.7 and 7.2.2, and FortiProxy versions 7.0.7 and 7.2.1 released this week:

  • FortiOS - From 7.0.0 to 7.0.6 and from 7.2.0 to 7.2.1
  • FortiProxy - From 7.0.0 to 7.0.6 and 7.2.0

"Due to the ability to exploit this issue remotely, Fortinet is strongly recommending all customers with the vulnerable versions to perform an immediate upgrade," the company cautioned in an alert shared by a security researcher who goes by the alias Gitworm on Twitter.

As temporary workarounds, the company is recommending users to disable internet-facing HTTPS Administration until the upgrades can be put in place, or alternatively, enforce a firewall policy to "local-in traffic."

When reached for a comment, Fortinet acknowledged the advisory and noted that it's delaying public notice until its customers have applied the fixes.

"Timely and ongoing communications with our customers is a key component in our efforts to best protect and secure their organization," the company said in a statement shared with The Hacker News. "Customer communications often detail the most up-to-date guidance and recommended next steps to best protect and secure their organization."

"There are instances where confidential advance customer communications can include early warning on advisories to enable customers to further strengthen their security posture, which then will be publicly released in the coming days to a broader audience. The security of our customers is our first priority."


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Killexams : Family questions why protection orders were denied before murder

"She had done the things that you should do in these situations. She had done those things," Garin Daum said.

He's talking about his sister, Lindsay Daum

"Her children were her life," he said. 

Lindsay Daum was at home with her five children when her ex, Javier Acevedo, shot and killed her and her 16-year-old daughter, Meadow Sinner.

"It just seems like it was all so preventable," Garin Daum said. 

Twice, a judge in Larimer County denied Lindsay Daum's request for a permanent protection order against Acevedo. 

RELATED: Family of murdered Loveland woman question police response to "threat" made 2 days before shooting

"She was constantly dealing with him," Garin Daum said.

Transcripts of those hearings obtained by CBS4 show in September 2021 Lindsay Daum went into court alone, unable to afford an attorney. 

Acevedo could.

Daum struggled to present her case at one point pleading to the judge: "They just want to humiliate me. This not right."

"If she could have afforded an attorney, would that have saved her life? That is as bad as any of it," Garin Daum said.

The order was denied, despite Acevedo being on intense supervised probation with an ankle monitor for violating a different protection order against another woman in Denver.

He agreed to relinquish any firearms, but police believe a gun purchased in March 2021 was never surrendered.

"The system is just going to take his word for it right? You just- oh, you don't go to his house and check? You don't- what does the system do to make sure? And obviously, the answer was 'nothing,'" Daum said.

In June of 2022, Lindsay Daum made a second attempt to obtain a protection order.

She presented evidence of threatening emails, texts and calls.

RELATED: Domestic violence: Where to get help in Colorado

"This is a person who is on intensive supervised probation," she said 

The judge said, in part, "if I can't decide who's telling me the truth, I have to rule in favor of a defendant."

The order was denied again.

Lindsay Daum's response was more like a premonition: "it's just a matter of time when he's going to kill me."

Less than a month later, on July 28, Garin Daum got a call from his mother.

"She hadn't even finished telling me and I knew what had happened," he said

He rushed to his sister's home to a horrific scene.

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"The people you talk to at the scene they are all social workers and victims' advocates and whatever," he said. "They will be the first one to tell you, 'hey look, the system is broken.'" 

Jennifer Eyl is the executive director of Project Safeguard, a legal advocacy group for domestic violence survivors.

"We do put way too much of this on survivors to get help to get a protection order, to find resources, to find a lawyer, to pay for a lawyer when they are not the ones causing the harm," she said.

Not only is it difficult to navigate alone, but she also says there isn't one consistent way to track domestic violence cases across the state. But her biggest concern is those behind the bench.

"Judicial officers who are hearing these cases are not necessarily trained in domestic violence," Eyl said. "They don't understand what it takes for someone to leave, they don't understand that once someone leaves their abuser, that is the most dangerous time."

A state review board that was formed to look into the issues that lead to fatal domestic violence cases recommended a change this year. And in June, a law was passed requiring increased training for judges, the same month Lindsay Daum was in court.

"The risk to our justice system is, if judges don't understand the trauma and the complexities around victims of domestic violence, we might mismanage cases," Eyl said.

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser says Colorado can do better.

"It can't just be, 'law enforcement, act differently' or 'judges, act differently,'" Weiser said. "All of us have to ask, 'what can we be doing better?'"

Garin Daum and his family say it needs to be a priority now. 

"It's absolutely going to happen again," he said. "It's probably happened today. It's probably happened while we are having this conversation. It's absolutely going to happen again."

The state review board has also recommended starting a domestic violence court, focused on these cases only, but says it would take a significant amount of resources.

The Daum family is now caring for Lindsay's four children and has launched a GoFundMe page.

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Killexams : Fortinet fills gaps in insurance companies’ readiness in cyber security protection

Cyberattacks on financial services institutions, including the insurance industry, are becoming increasingly sophisticated and frequent. To enhance cyber security awareness in the insurance sector, Fortinet recently organized a panel discussion on “Modernizing Your Security: A Growing Priority for Insurance Business”, aimed at organizations in the insurance business.

Joining the panel was Mr. Natthawutht Thipkanok, Director of IT Infrastructure and Cyber Security from the Office of Insurance Commission (OIC). Mr. Thipkanok shared his view that the COVID-19 pandemic is a catalyst demanding Thai insurance to adopt digital technology to enable the work-from-anywhere model. All remote workers and insurance branches would require cyber security protection technology as well as visibility throughout the network. Companies need to see the data movement, track unusual behavior, identify incoming threats and be able to respond to threats instantly. So far, OIC’s CIT (Center of InsurTech, Thailand) has helped to share threat information with insurance companies immediately so that they can take action to protect themselves in time. The fact remains that, organizations need smarter, faster security operations to combat sophisticated, organized cybercrime. The challenge is that insurance companies are of different scales and therefore are not always equipped with sufficient cyber defense management; especially the insurance brokers who obtain customers’ sensitive data. Shared data is not however used immediately due to lack of some mechanism, including monitoring system. The OIC therefore advised guidelines known as the “Cyber ​​Resilience Assessment Framework (CRAF)” to secure the insurance business sector. Addition, the OIC encourages the deployment of new technology innovations such as AI, sandbox, Secure SD-WAN technology to protect branch and remote workers.

Mr. Amarin Burinkul, eCloudvalley Digital Technology’s Thailand Country Manager, one of the panelists, opined that cloud-based insurance services help improving business processes, efficiency, user experience and increase business value. Cloud deployment renders three strategic benefits: (1) Boost process: Such as software installation and configuration. (2) Pay per use: Organizations can expand the services in a timely manner at real use rate. (3) Reduce costs: Currently, organizations can opt to use cybersecurity services immediately on the cloud i.e. AWS platform. Mr. Burinkul also recommends that cloud-based service organization leverage the customer confidence in its cloud services by promoting their standard resilience; for example the certification of Information Security Management System ISO 27001, the International Payment Card Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) standards and new regulation compliance such as PDPA, etc.

Mr. Suwat Duangmee, Head of Enterprise Solution Consult Unit, Advanced Info Service Company Limited, another participant in the panel discussed how to apply the SD-WAN innovation concept to secure inter-branch work. He expressed that the connections between branches are more open today and organizations are looking for software-defined technology to enhance business performance. Typically each branch uses two communication circuits for backup purpose and prevent communication failures. However SD-WAN technology allows the use of two communication circuits simultaneously. SD-WAN devices are more intelligent than ever before. It helps organizations to see more at the application level, better manage traffic and make the use of WAN links more cost-effective. Moreover, secure SD-WAN technology can be deployed to protect the branches with direct internet access.

Mr. Chaisiri Sengtrakul, Information Security Director at MFEC Public Company Limited or MFEC shared that organizations of all sizes should have a security surveillance action plan. This should cover three aspects of planning: management, investment and technology optimization plan. MFEC is confident in the Fortinet FortiSIEM solution; and even utilizes the multi-tenant feature in FortiSIEM to develop Security-as-a-service offering at MFEC’s Cyber ​​Security Operation Center (CSOC). MFEC CSOC offers 24-hour surveillance, automate security operations process handled by experienced security analysts to mitigate threats faster. The customer can use this service separately from others, monitor its own threat analysis dashboard, and receive dedicated reports and recommendations to deal with specific threats. This model helps small organizations overcome the problem of not being ready to invest in equipment but wanting efficiency at the same threat management level as large organizations. CSOC allows the financial application system to run smoothly and meets CRAF, Cybersecurity Act and PDPA requirements.

Ms. Pakthapa Chatkomes, Fortinet’s Country Manager for Thailand, gave the opening remarks and welcomed the panelists.  Ms Chatkomes reiterated that Fortinet is Number One in cybersecurity, and has developed a security fabric platform with AI technology and obtains the most innovative patents in the cybersecurity market at 1,279 awards internationally. In the U.S., Fortinet has three times more patents than comparable competitors. She emphasized that Fortinet products and SOC solution deliver the right-to-fit solution to organizations of any size to help teams reduce the risk potential of security incidents by blocking more, detect sooner, and responding faster. 

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Killexams : Fortinet Championship Outlook: Matthew NeSmith

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Dubbs Anderson breaks down what he expects to see from Matthew NeSmith this weekend at the Fortinet Championship on the PGA Tour.

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Killexams : Anti-malware Protection Market 2022 Current Trends and Future Aspect Analysis 2028 - NortonLifeLock, Fortinet, McAfee, Avast

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Killexams : Which wetlands should receive federal protection? The Supreme Court revisits a question it has struggled in the past to answer

The U.S. Supreme Court opens its new session on Oct. 3, 2022, with a high-profile case that could fundamentally alter the federal government’s ability to address water pollution. Sackett v. EPA turns on a question that courts and regulators have struggled to answer for several decades: Which wetlands and bodies of water can the federal government regulate under the 1972 Clean Water Act?

Under this keystone environmental law, federal agencies take the lead in regulating water pollution, while state and local governments regulate land use. Wetlands are areas where land is wet for all or part of the year, so they straddle this division of authority.

Swamps, bogs, marshes and other wetlands provide valuable ecological services, such as filtering pollutants and soaking up floodwaters. Landowners must obtain permits to discharge dredged or fill material, such as dirt, sand or rock, in a protected wetland. This can be time-consuming and expensive, which is why the case is of desparate interest to developers, farmers and ranchers, along with conservationists and the agencies that administer the Clean Water Act – the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

The Supreme Court has already shown a willingness to curb federal regulatory power on environmental issues. From my work as an environmental law scholar, I expect the court’s decision in this case to cut back on the types of wetlands that qualify for federal protection.

The U.S. has already lost more than half of its original wetlands, mainly because of development and pollution.

The Sackett case

Idaho residents Chantell and Mike Sackett own a parcel of land located 300 feet from Priest Lake, one of the state’s largest lakes. The parcel once was part of a large wetland complex. Today, even after the Sacketts cleared the lot, it still has some wetland characteristics, such as saturation and ponding in areas where soil was removed. Indeed, it is still hydrologically connected to the lake and neighboring wetlands by water that flows at a shallow depth underground.

In preparation to build a house, the Sacketts had fill material placed on the site without obtaining a Clean Water Act permit. The EPA issued an order in 2007 stating that the land contained wetlands subject to the law and requiring the Sacketts to restore the site. The Sacketts sued, arguing that their property was not a wetland.

In 2012, the Supreme Court held that the Sacketts had the right to challenge EPA’s order and sent the case back to the lower courts. Now, after losing below on the merits, they are back before the Supreme Court. The current issue is whether the Sacketts’ property is federally protected, which in turn raises a broader question: What is the scope of federal regulatory authority under the Clean Water Act?

This graphic shows the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ jurisdiction over discharging dredged or fill material into wetlands under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. Coverage of isolated wetlands without a surface connection to rivers, lakes or harbors is less clear. USACE

What are ‘waters of the United States’?

The Clean Water Act regulates discharges of pollutants into “waters of the United States.” Lawful discharges may occur if a pollution source obtains a permit under either Section 404 of the Act for dredged or fill material, or Section 402 for other pollutants.

The Supreme Court has previously recognized that the “waters of the United States” include not only navigable rivers and lakes, but also wetlands and waterways that are connected to navigable bodies of water. However, many wetlands are not wet year-round, or are not connected at the surface to larger water systems, but can still have important ecological connections to larger water bodies.

In 2006, when the court last took up this issue, no majority was able to agree on how to define “waters of the United States.” Writing for a plurality of four justices in U.S. v. Rapanos, Justice Antonin Scalia defined the term narrowly to include only relatively permanent, standing or continuously flowing bodies of water such as streams, oceans, rivers and lakes. Waters of the U.S., he contended, should not include “ordinarily dry channels through which water occasionally or intermittently flows.”

Acknowledging that wetlands present a tricky line-drawing problem, Scalia proposed that the Clean Water Act should reach “only those wetlands with a continuous surface connection to bodies that are waters of the United States in their own right.”

In a concurring opinion, Justice Anthony Kennedy took a very different approach. “Waters of the U.S.,” he wrote, should be interpreted in light of the Clean Water Act’s objective of “restoring and maintaining the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the Nation’s waters.”

Accordingly, Kennedy argued, the Clean Water Act should cover wetlands that have a “significant nexus” with navigable waters – “if the wetlands, either alone or in combination with similarly situated lands in the region, significantly affect the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of other covered waters more readily understood as ‘navigable.’”

Neither Scalia’s nor Kennedy’s opinion attracted a majority, so lower courts have been left to sort out which approach to follow. Most have applied Kennedy’s significant nexus standard, while a few have held that the Clean Water Act applies if either Kennedy’s standard or Scalia’s is satisfied.

Regulators have also struggled with this question. The Obama administration incorporated Kennedy’s “significant nexus” approach into a 2015 rule that followed an extensive rulemaking process and a comprehensive peer-reviewed scientific assessment. The Trump administration then replaced the 2015 rule with a rule of its own that largely adopted the Scalia approach. The Biden administration has proposed a new rule that would deem waters of the United States present if either a significant nexus or continuous surface connection is present.

What’s at stake

The court’s ultimate ruling in Sackett could offer lower courts, regulatory agencies and landowners clear direction on the meaning of “waters of the United States.” And it will likely affect the government’s ability to protect the nation’s waters.

A broad interpretation could include many agricultural ditches and canals, which might obligate some farmers and ranchers to apply for Section 404 permits. It could also ensure oversight of polluters who discharge pollutants upstream of federally protected waters.

The Sacketts assert that the permitting process imposes significant costs, delays and potential restrictions on property use. In response, the Biden administration contends that most landowners can proceed under general permits that impose relatively modest costs and burdens.

In my view, this court’s anti-regulatory bent – and the fact that no other justices joined Kennedy’s concurring Rapanos opinion – suggest that this case will produce a narrow practicing of “waters of the United States.” Such an interpretation would undercut clean water protections across the country.

If the court requires a continuous surface connection, federal protection would no longer apply to many areas that critically affect the water quality of U.S. rivers, lakes and oceans – including seasonal streams and wetlands that are near or intermittently connected to larger water bodies. It might also mean that building a road, levee or other barrier separating a wetland from other nearby waters may be enough to remove an area from federal protection.

Congress could clarify what the Clean Water Act means by “waters of the United States,” but past efforts to legislate a definition have fizzled. And today’s closely divided Congress is unlikely to fare any better. The court’s ruling in Sackett could offer the final word on this issue for the foreseeable future.

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Killexams : Which wetlands should receive federal protection? The Supreme Court revisits a question it has struggled in the past to answer

The U.S. Supreme Court opens its new session on Oct. 3, 2022, with a high-profile case that could fundamentally alter the federal government’s ability to address water pollution. Sackett v. EPA turns on a question that courts and regulators have struggled to answer for several decades: Which wetlands and bodies of water can the federal government regulate under the 1972 Clean Water Act?

Under this keystone environmental law, federal agencies take the lead in regulating water pollution, while state and local governments regulate land use. Wetlands are areas where land is wet for all or part of the year, so they straddle this division of authority.

Swamps, bogs, marshes and other wetlands provide valuable ecological services, such as filtering pollutants and soaking up floodwaters. Landowners must obtain permits to discharge dredged or fill material, such as dirt, sand or rock, in a protected wetland. This can be time-consuming and expensive, which is why the case is of desparate interest to developers, farmers and ranchers, along with conservationists and the agencies that administer the Clean Water Act – the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

The Supreme Court has already shown a willingness to curb federal regulatory power on environmental issues. From my work as an environmental law scholar, I expect the court’s decision in this case to cut back on the types of wetlands that qualify for federal protection.

The Sackett case

Idaho residents Chantell and Mike Sackett own a parcel of land located 300 feet from Priest Lake, one of the state’s largest lakes. The parcel once was part of a large wetland complex. Today, even after the Sacketts cleared the lot, it still has some wetland characteristics, such as saturation and ponding in areas where soil was removed. Indeed, it is still hydrologically connected to the lake and neighboring wetlands by water that flows at a shallow depth underground.

In preparation to build a house, the Sacketts had fill material placed on the site without obtaining a Clean Water Act permit. The EPA issued an order in 2007 stating that the land contained wetlands subject to the law and requiring the Sacketts to restore the site. The Sacketts sued, arguing that their property was not a wetland.

In 2012, the Supreme Court held that the Sacketts had the right to challenge EPA’s order and sent the case back to the lower courts. Now, after losing below on the merits, they are back before the Supreme Court. The current issue is whether the Sacketts’ property is federally protected, which in turn raises a broader question: What is the scope of federal regulatory authority under the Clean Water Act?

This graphic shows the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ jurisdiction over discharging dredged or fill material into wetlands under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. Coverage of isolated wetlands without a surface connection to rivers, lakes or harbors is less clear. USACE

What are ‘waters of the United States’?

The Clean Water Act regulates discharges of pollutants into “waters of the United States.” Lawful discharges may occur if a pollution source obtains a permit under either Section 404 of the Act for dredged or fill material, or Section 402 for other pollutants.

The Supreme Court has previously recognized that the “waters of the United States” include not only navigable rivers and lakes, but also wetlands and waterways that are connected to navigable bodies of water. However, many wetlands are not wet year-round, or are not connected at the surface to larger water systems, but can still have important ecological connections to larger water bodies.

In 2006, when the court last took up this issue, no majority was able to agree on how to define “waters of the United States.” Writing for a plurality of four justices in U.S. v. Rapanos, Justice Antonin Scalia defined the term narrowly to include only relatively permanent, standing or continuously flowing bodies of water such as streams, oceans, rivers and lakes. Waters of the U.S., he contended, should not include “ordinarily dry channels through which water occasionally or intermittently flows.”

Acknowledging that wetlands present a tricky line-drawing problem, Scalia proposed that the Clean Water Act should reach “only those wetlands with a continuous surface connection to bodies that are waters of the United States in their own right.”

In a concurring opinion, Justice Anthony Kennedy took a very different approach. “Waters of the U.S.,” he wrote, should be interpreted in light of the Clean Water Act’s objective of “restoring and maintaining the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the Nation’s waters.”

Accordingly, Kennedy argued, the Clean Water Act should cover wetlands that have a “significant nexus” with navigable waters – “if the wetlands, either alone or in combination with similarly situated lands in the region, significantly affect the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of other covered waters more readily understood as ‘navigable.’”

Neither Scalia’s nor Kennedy’s opinion attracted a majority, so lower courts have been left to sort out which approach to follow. Most have applied Kennedy’s significant nexus standard, while a few have held that the Clean Water Act applies if either Kennedy’s standard or Scalia’s is satisfied.

Regulators have also struggled with this question. The Obama administration incorporated Kennedy’s “significant nexus” approach into a 2015 rule that followed an extensive rulemaking process and a comprehensive peer-reviewed scientific assessment. The Trump administration then replaced the 2015 rule with a rule of its own that largely adopted the Scalia approach. The Biden administration has proposed a new rule that would deem waters of the United States present if either a significant nexus or continuous surface connection is present.

What’s at stake

The court’s ultimate ruling in Sackett could offer lower courts, regulatory agencies and landowners clear direction on the meaning of “waters of the United States.” And it will likely affect the government’s ability to protect the nation’s waters.

A broad interpretation could include many agricultural ditches and canals, which might obligate some farmers and ranchers to apply for Section 404 permits. It could also ensure oversight of polluters who discharge pollutants upstream of federally protected waters.

The Sacketts assert that the permitting process imposes significant costs, delays and potential restrictions on property use. In response, the Biden administration contends that most landowners can proceed under general permits that impose relatively modest costs and burdens.

In my view, this court’s anti-regulatory bent – and the fact that no other justices joined Kennedy’s concurring Rapanos opinion – suggest that this case will produce a narrow practicing of “waters of the United States.” Such an interpretation would undercut clean water protections across the country.

If the court requires a continuous surface connection, federal protection would no longer apply to many areas that critically affect the water quality of U.S. rivers, lakes and oceans – including seasonal streams and wetlands that are near or intermittently connected to larger water bodies. It might also mean that building a road, levee or other barrier separating a wetland from other nearby waters may be enough to remove an area from federal protection.

Congress could clarify what the Clean Water Act means by “waters of the United States,” but past efforts to legislate a definition have fizzled. And today’s closely divided Congress is unlikely to fare any better. The court’s ruling in Sackett could offer the final word on this issue for the foreseeable future.

This article is republished from The Conversation, an independent nonprofit news site dedicated to sharing ideas from academic experts. It was written by: Albert C. Lin, University of California, Davis. If you found it interesting, you could subscribe to our weekly newsletter.

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Albert C. Lin was a trial attorney for the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice from 1998 to 2003. He served as a law clerk to the Honorable Merrick Garland of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and to the Honorable James Browning of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

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