This has been something of a beat-up.
GUEST RESEARCH: Q3 2020 Internet Security Report sheds light on COVID-19 threat trends, growing network attacks, malware targeting US SCADA systems, and more.
Security outfit Tenable Research has released details of 12 vulnerabilities it discovered in industrial control systems made by Siemens, Fuji, Schneider Electric, and Rockwell Automation over the last nine months, with the latest being a hole in the Siemens TIA Portal discovered this month.
Industrial cyber security firm Dragos has acquired NexDefense, a pioneer in the field of industrial security, and says it will simultaneously release two tools for assessment of ICS/SCADA networks.
Security firm Tenable has discovered a critical vulnerability in software made by Schneider Electric that is used in manufacturing, oil and gas, water, automation, wind and solar power facilities in the US.
Big data aggregator and analysis vendor Splunk has announced its first Internet of Things solution, Splunk Industrial Asset Intelligence.
Dragos tracks industrial control system vulnerabilities and the vendor responses to them. Things are not pretty!
Windows malware that mines for cryptocurrencies has, for the first time, been found in the network of an industrial control system at an operational treatment plant for a water utility, Radiflow, a security provider for critical infrastructure, says.
A new release of the Tenable.io cloud-based security platform provides vulnerability management for traditional and modern IT assets as well as OT systems such as SCADA and medical equipment.
ICS-CERT has advised of a vulnerable SCADA system currently in use that cannot be patched.
Earlier today an official message from DHS and FBI asserted that despite reports to the contrary, there was no intrusion at the Illinois water treatment facility.
In the past few days, two separate US-based water authorities appear to have had their control systems breached - one of them has suffered physical damage.
In April this year, a vulnerability was discovered in a commonly used critical infrastructure Web Access product. Exploitable code was also made available. The manufacturer has announced that no patch will be released.
Some call it either the precursor or the illegitimate son of Stuxnet. But is that fair, or is Duqu its own true self?
An Italian security researcher has revealed details of vulnerabilities in several industrial control systems and also published of proof-of-concept exploit code for many of these security holes.
Pune, India - Viklele Associates announced release of Black Diamond SCADA v1.5.
Reports in the past day have identified a new virus directly targeting Iranian infrastructure.
According to the latest survey, private sector critical infrastructure all around the world is concerned about cyber threats but not well-prepared to deal with them.
Yesterday the Internet was a-buzz with tales of a hacker shutting down a US-based wind farm. Pity it never happened.
Pune, India - Viklele Associates announced release of Black Diamond SCADA v1.0.Black Diamond SCADA is a state of the art tool designed to simplify building robust industrial process control and monitoring solutions.
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