Blog Posts Tagged with "SCADA"
February 01, 2017 Added by:Mike Lennon
The official Call for Papers (presentations) for SecurityWeek's 2017 Singapore Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Cyber Security Conference, being held April 25–27 at the Fairmont Singapore is now open.
September 15, 2016 Added by:Joe Weiss
At the 2016 ICS Cyber Security Conference we will be providing a demonstration and will take the SEL-751A used in a traditional motor control setting and compromise not only the SEL751A, but then take control of the motor.
January 09, 2016 Added by:Joe Weiss
As the NERC CIP process is public, our enemies are aware of the gaping cyber holes in our electric systems. When will the responsible entities wake up or will it be after they can’t turn their lights on?
January 05, 2016 Added by:Eduard Kovacs
Security firm ESET has been monitoring attacks involving the threat and recently discovered that the Trojan had been used to target news media and electrical power companies in Ukraine.
US Critical Infrastructures are Being Targeted by Actors in the Middle East – But Attribution is Difficult
November 19, 2015 Added by:Joe Weiss
The availability of ICS cyber exploits, and the lack of attribution, there should be more concern about the very viable cyber threat to our critical infrastructures.
November 10, 2015 Added by:Joe Weiss
2015 ICS Cyber Security Conference – Neither the Grid, Nuclear Plants, or other Undustries are Cyber Secure
October 06, 2015 Added by:Mike Lennon
Philip D. Quade, Chief of the NSA Cyber Task Force and Special Assistant to the Director National Security Agency for Cyber, will deliver a keynote address at the 2015 ICS Cyber Security Conference, taking place Oct. 26-29 in Atlanta, Georgia.
September 18, 2015 Added by:Joe Weiss
The 2015 ICS Cyber Security Conference will be October 26-29 at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center in Atlanta (www.icscybersecurityconference.com ). This will be the 15th in a series that began in 2002. The Conference will have some new twists, but will also stay true to its roots - ICS cyber security and what makes ICS cyber security different. Specifically, there will be....
The Technical Limitations of Lloyd’s Cyber Report on the Insurance Implications of Cyberattack on the US Grid
July 31, 2015 Added by:Joe Weiss
The recent Lloyd’s report on cyber implications of the electric grid serves an important need to understand the insurance implications of a cyber attack against the electric grid. Unfortunately, I believe the technical aspects of the hypothesized attack in the Lloyd’s study are too flawed to be used.
June 22, 2015 Added by:Idan Aharoni
Access to such compromised SCADA systems that control various real-world equipment is being sold in the underground economy.
Unintentional ICS Cyber Incidents Have Had Significant Impacts on Nuclear Plants – Why Aren’t they Being Addressed?
October 02, 2014 Added by:Joe Weiss
The NIST definition of a cyber incident as defined in FIPS PUB 200, Minimum Security Requirements for Federal Information and Information System, is electronic communications between systems or systems and people that impacts Confidentiality, Integrity, and/or Availability. The incident doesn’t have to bemalicious or targeted to be a cyber incident
September 16, 2014 Added by:Nate Kube
There are differences between industrial control systems and enterprise IT networks resulting in different security needs. To protect industrial networks, system operators must opt for an industrial next gen firewall with an IDS that fully understands industrial protocols and the specific context of each industrial command.
August 15, 2014 Added by:Mike Lennon
The 14th ICS Cyber Security Conference will have 5 major themes: Actual ICS cyber incidents; ICS cyber security standards; ICS cyber security solutions; ICS cyber security demonstrations; and ICS policy issues.
July 14, 2014 Added by:Eric Byres
As SCADA security professionals we need to pick our security battles carefully. I will be looking deeper into the real goals of any SCADA security policy or technology I am exposed to. Is it really helping make SCADA and ICS safer? Or is it just a way to make control easier? Is it addressing the real risks? Or is it just for show?
July 09, 2014 Added by:Mike Lennon
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released hundreds of documents, some of which contain sensitive information and potentially vulnerable critical infrastructure points across the United States, in response to a recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request about a cyber-security attack.
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