Steps to mitigate attacks against industrial control systems, outlined by three US Government entities — the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI and the Department of Energy — have come in for some sharp criticism from Robert M. Lee, the chief executive of Dragos, a company that specialises in security for such systems.
Industrial security intelligence provider Dragos has issued a warning about a threat group it has baptised Xenotime, which it says has expanded its field of operations from the oil and gas industry to now also target electricity utilities in the US.
Security company FireEye says it has been responding to a second attack by the group behind the Triton malware which was used to attack the Saudi Arabian oil company Saudi Aramco last year.
US security firm FireEye claims that malware named Triton that was used to attack industrial control systems last year is connected to a Russian Government-owned research institute.
The world's largest oil company suffered a malware intrusion in August, with a safety system coming under attack in what is said to be the first case of malicious code being used to target a system designed to prevent disaster at an industrial facility.
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A new version of Websense's Triton security software includes what the company claims are industry-first protections against malware and data theft.
An increasingly mobile workforce, more social networks, and advanced attacks have made it critical for organisations to quickly deploy effective data theft prevention. That's why Websense, Inc. (NASDAQ: WBSN) developed the TRITONâ„¢ solution, which includes the Websense® Data Security Suite. And Gartner, Inc. has positioned Websense as a leader in its recently released 'Magic Quadrant for Content-Aware Data Loss Prevention ' (i) and published a Websense evaluation in the 'Critical Capabilities for Content-Aware Data Loss Prevention ' report. (ii)
Recognising local capability for delivering solutions that enable customers to realise exceptional returns on investment, Websense (NASDAQ: WBSN) announced the winners of its 2011 Australia and New Zealand All-Star Partner Awards.
Websense, Inc. (NASDAQ: WBSN), a global leader in unified Web, data and email security solutions, today announced the launch of a new global, managed security service provider (MSSP) program. The dramatic rise in Web-based and blended attacks is driving the adoption of security solutions that address the need for security that enables expanding use of Web-based applications, online collaboration tools and email in order to utilise, exchange and share data. With the growth in adoption of Web, email and data loss prevention technologies, organisations are increasingly looking to managed security service providers to manage and support these new IT security systems in their enterprise.
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