Researchers at Black Hat Europe next month will demonstrate a data-exfiltration attack on Siemens PLCs that uses combination of code manipulation and Radio Frequency (RF) emissions.
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Siemens’ New ICS/SCADA Security Service a Sign of the Times
Major ICS/SCADA vendors are entering the managed security services business with cloud-based offerings for energy and other industrial sectors.
Air Gap FAILs, Configuration Mistakes Causing ICS/SCADA Cyberattacks
A utility’s cautionary tale, and how a popular ICS/SCADA network protocol failed a fuzzing test miserably.
Researchers Release Free Tool to Analyze ICS Malware
CrashOverride/Industroyer malware used against Ukraine’s power grid the inspiration for the reverse-engineering tool.
Nuclear Plants, Hospitals at Risk of Hacked Radiation Monitoring Devices
Security researcher discovers major security flaws that can’t be patched or fixed.
Ex-US National Security Official Clarke: Regulation Key To Protecting ICS/SCADA From Cyberattacks
Richard Clarke proposes a Y2K-style approach to beefing up security for critical infrastructure.
Ransomware Rising On The Plant Floor
Cybercriminals are successfully reaching ICS/SCADA networks with their ransomware, including energy firms and manufacturing plants.
Latest Ukraine Blackout Tied To 2015 Cyberattackers
Broad cyberattack campaign hitting finance, energy, transporation in Ukraine were meant to disrupt but not cause major damage, researchers say.
Obama Issues Federal Government Policy For Cyberattack Response
New Presidential Policy Directive, PPD-41, solidifies just how key federal agencies coordinate, respond to cyberattacks on federal and private networks.
ICS Mess: US Industrial Systems The Most Exposed
New data shows vulnerable ICS equipment even as vendors are improving security.