Israel and Iran may be in a hidden cyber war with both countries attacking each other’s critical infrastructure, causing physical disruptions to the civilian population.
While digitalisation increases productivity and output for critical national infrastructure, the industry needs to find a balance between the benefits of interconnectivity and exposure to cyber risks.
DHS has published a security advisory that confirms a ransomware attack on critical infrastructure and provides recommendations for other operators to take precautions.
Newly uncovered cyber espionage scheme shows Iranian hackers using unpatched VPN vulnerabilities as a point of entrance into the networks of government and private sector organizations.
New EKANS ransomware is the first for-profit strain of ransomware designed to shut down specific processes used in industrial control systems made by GE and other major manufacturers.
In a malware attack on Bapco, hackers gained access to the network and loaded the data wiper into the central anti-virus software, from where it was distributed to all machines.
The stakes of cybersecurity threats on a power plant are far higher than a bank account. What do the energy businesses need to know in order to keep their networks safe?
As part of a major change in strategy, it now appears that Iranian hackers APT33 are shifting their focus to critical infrastructure targets, threatening ICS security.
India's largest nuclear power plant was recently under malware attack on their administrative systems, which was isolated and prevented attackers from gaining access to the plant controls.
Latest CyberX study analyzed real-world traffic on 1,800 production networks and uncovered an alarming number of IoT and ICS security vulnerabilities that put them at greater risk of cyber attacks.