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Stuxnet creators defined 21st century warfare

Creators cared more about pushing envelope in the realm of digital warfare, not causing destruction Stuxnet creators recognized they had built the world's first true cyber-weapon and were more interested in pushing the envelope of this new type of digital warfare than causing large-scale destruction within targeted Iranian nuclear facilities, a study shows. more
 

Time To Face Reality: Utilities Are Vulnerable To Cyber Attacks

There has been significant debate among security experts as to whether the power grid can be hacked. The short answer is yes - anything directly or indirectly reachable from the Internet can be hacked, whether it be a computer, smart car or even a toilet. This, of course, includes power grid control systems. The real question is: What is the risk of an attack causing more
 

Control system security: safety first

Every large utility, pipeline, refinery and chemical plant has a cyber security program, but most are IT-centric. Anti-virus programs, software update programs and programs of integration with corporate active directory controllers are all managed by IT teams, along with some degree of convergence and consultation with operations technology (OT) teams. While we more
 

Waterfall Security Introduces FLIP and Modular Solutions, Expands Mission

New solutions demonstrate growth and diversity of Unidirectional Security Gateway technology Waterfall Security Solutions (Waterfall), which specializes in critical infrastructure and industrial control systems security, announced today the launch of two new technologies: the Waterfall FLIP™ and the Waterfall Modular architecture. The technologies, in addition to more
 

IT/OT integration—Is it safe?

IT technologies - conventional computers, operating systems, networking components and software platforms - continue to increase in importance in industrial control system and other operational technology (OT) networks. The Gartner Group points out that this means that IT skills are becoming increasingly important to the success of operations networks more
 

Waterfall Security Solutions Unveils Product to Secure Bulk Electric System Control Centers

New solution uses Unidirectional Security Gateways to protect ICCP communications Waterfall Security Solutions (Waterfall), which specializes in critical infrastructure and industrial control systems security, announced today the availability of its Waterfall for Bulk Electric System (BES) Control Center solution. The solution is based on the company's Unidirectional more
 

ICS Cyber Security Conference 2013, October 21-24

About the conference: 4 days for Operations, Control Systems and IT Security professionals to connect on SCADA, DCS PLC and field controller cyber security. Highlights include: Siemens and Rockwell Automation present and discuss automation platform more
 

GridSecCon 2013, October 15-17

About the conference: The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) is hosting the third annual Grid Security Conference (GridSecCon) on October 15-17, 2013, in Jacksonville, FL. A two-day workshop takes place on October 15-16. more
 

14th International Conference on Accelerator & Large Experimental Physics Control Systems, October 6-11

About the conference: The International Conference on Accelerator and Large Experimental Physics Control Systems (ICALEPCS) is a biennial series of conferences inaugurated in 1987 by a more
 

1st Ibero-American Industrial Cybersecurity Congress, October 2-3

About the conference: Following its activity, the Industrial Cybersecurity Center (CCI) is organizing the 1st Ibero-American Industrial Cybersecurity Congress as the leader event and more
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