Triton malware joins Stuxnet, Havex / Dragonfly, Blackenergy2/3, and Industroyer / CrashOverridet specifically targeting industrial networks: Passive network monitoring with hybrid threat detection needs to be implemented now.
Industrial control systems (ICS), which manage utilities such as water, gas, and electricity, are going online so that jobs once carried out manually can now be carried out remotely or with the help of automation.
EU NIS Directive: As the implementation of the first true piece of cyber-security legislation draws near, Jalal Bouhdada discusses its potential impact on 'operators of essential services.
Security researcher discovers numerous security flaws in multiple devices tasked with detecting radiation in critical facilities.
The not-for-profit accreditation body CREST says a lack of "standards-based technical security testing" is putting industrial control system environments at risk.
National Grid spokesperson tells SC "gas and electricity networks are isolated from our everyday business systems to ensure our networks remain safe and reliable."
A new piece of industrial control malware has emerged. Dubbed, Industroyer by its analysts, the piece spells trouble for industrial control systems.
In the wake of the Shamoon malware attacks, a new wiper targets the Middle East and shows interest in European targets.
Two flaws have been detected in Siemens RUGGEDCOM NMS line of network management tools that could open the equipment up to remote exploitation.
Will Culbert delves into the Industrial Internet of Things, touching on how digital technology may define industrial control operations and maintenance almost as much as the physical engineering itself.
Schneider Electric issues patch for StruxureWare Data Centre Expert used by banks, media corporations, insurers, medical centres and other companies to monitor critical systems such as video surveillance and fire suppression.
Cris Thomas from Tenable Network Security compares the damage done to the US power grid by animal life, with damage that could be done by those with a more malicious intent and asks, are we over-hyping the risk?
GE plugs vulnerability in SCADA systems that could have allowed attackers to intercept passwords and disrupt utilities and factory operations.
Mark Carolan outlines why IT security managers should be worried about ICS in their Infrastructure
Finnish media reports on a DDoS attack on residential buildings in Lappeenranta, Finland, which knocked the heating and hot water offline.
Vidar Hedtjarn Swaling, analyst for the societal security and safety department at the Swedish Defence Research Agency announced his department's research into how ageing is regarded, and dealt with, in the area of industrial control systems.
Thomas Schreck, principal engineer of Simenes' CERT, alongside Margrete Raaum, leader of the KraftCERT from Norway told an audience at 4SICS 2016 on why cyber-threat intelligence plays an important part in information sharing in the energy industry.
Industrial cyber-security firm Indegy has found a remote code execution vulnerability inside Schneider Electric's flagship ICS management software, Unity Pro.
Erwin Kooi, information security architect spoke at 4SICS 2016 and shared his thoughts on digitising Alliander's electricity service, while making sure it stays secure.
Robert M. Lee, CEO of Dragos Security, says that not enough information sharing happens in ICS industry, because of this the threats to ICSs are largely unknown.
Kaspersky Lab has reportedly finished its self-titled OS which has been built from the ground up with the aim of protecting industrial control systems.
Experts say that government concerns over cyber-security at the new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point are misdirected and that the Chinese are not the real worry.
A team of researchers discover a new method of launching attacks that would threaten global critical infrastructure and utility providers through a worm that spreads through utility networks.
Information technology and process automation, essential to modern industrial facilities, are under threat from hackers who are increasingly targeting ICS and SCADA systems, says Eugene Kaspersky.
A recent report by the ICS-Cert advisory states that the Midas and Midas black gas detectors made by Honeywell are vulnerable to attack. The hack allows people to modify the the settings of the device without proper authentication.
Industrial control systems running on outmoded operating systems and ancient hardware present special challenges for forensic investigators trying to track down malware, Mark Fabro told SCMagazineUK.com at 4SICS last week.