‘IronGate’ discovery underlines the risk of industrial attacks yet to come.
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Microsoft: Windows Malware Up, Stuxnet Shell Attack Most Popular
New Security Intelligence Report (SIR) shows increase in vulnerability disclosures, and re-emergence of old Stuxnet attack bug.
Verizon DBIR: Over Half Of Data Breaches Exploited Legitimate Passwords In 2015
Financial sector suffered the most breaches last year, followed by the accommodation/hotel sector.
New Portal Launched For ICS/SCADA Threat Intelligence-Sharing Among Nations
The East-West Institute teamed up with the US ICS-ISAC to create a platform for critical infrastructure operators worldwide to share threat data.
DOJ Indicts 7 Iranian Hackers For Attacks On US Banks And New York Dam
Iranian government-backed hackers allegedly behind massive DDoS campaign from 2011- to 2013 against US financial sector, and 2013 breach of Windows XP server at a dam.
Lessons From The Ukraine Electric Grid Hack
News SANS analysis on how the attackers broke in and took control of the industrial control systems at three regional power firms in the Ukraine and shut off the lights.
Lights Out: Not So Fast
Author and famed broadcast journalist Ted Koppel's new bestseller warns of a 'likely' nationwide and devastating blackout of the US grid at the hands of hackers, but some government and utility industry officials disagree.
Macros, Network Sniffers, But Still No ‘Smoking Gun’ In Ukraine Blackout
Further analysis of the Black Energy 3 malware studies payloads used for reconnaissance in the attacks.
How Incident Response Fails In Industrial Control System Networks
Experts say a solid incident response plan is the best way to minimize the damage of a cyberattack–but IR isn't so simple for the ICS/SCADA world.
More Signs Point To Cyberattack Behind Ukraine Power Outage
'KillDisk' and BlackEnergy were not the culprits behind the power outage — there's still a missing link in the chain of attack.