The incident was the work of malicious cyberattackers.
In only the second known attack of the Russia-linked malware, which shut down an oil refinery in 2017, another Mideast target has been hit.
Attackers these days want to ‘own’ your entire system, including partners and suppliers.
A critical Rockwell Automation flaw could be exploited to manipulate an industrial drive’s physical process and or even stop it.
The unpatched vulnerabilities exist in 20 products made by the popular Medtronics medical device manufacturer, including defibrillators and home patient monitoring systems.
Threatpost talks to Phil Neray with CyberX about Tuesday’s ransomware attack on aluminum producer Norsk Hydro, and how it compares to past manufacturing attacks like Triton, WannaCry and more.
When asked if the company plans to pay the ransom, its CFO said its main strategy is to use the backup data stored in the system.
Money earmarked for the Defense Department and DHS, and bipartisan bills to address the security of federal IoT devices, showcase growing federal cyber-efforts.
In this video, Josh Zelonis, senior analyst at Forrester Research, discusses the next great security threats to enterprises.
Between operational technology and open source, the supply chain is rapidly expanding – and companies that can’t keep up will be the next security targets, said experts at RSA Conference 2019.