The widely known Stuxnet incident made sure that the mere mention of SCADA vulnerabilities is enough for security experts to pause.
Ultra Electronics will be launching its new SCADA protection solution, EnergyGuard, at Octoberís Oil & Gas ICS Cyber Security Forum.
Drawing from responses from more than 100 utilities across America, a new report shows that the nationís electric grid remains highly vulnerable to attacks from Iran and North Korea, or other threats like geomagnetic storms from solar activity.
Critical infrastructure control systems are at risk from wireless attacks carried out over Software Defined Radio (SDR), according to Digital Assurance.
Amol Sarwate is the Director of Vulnerability Labs at Qualys.