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Throwback Attack: Smart buildings, smarter hackers

As society has delved deeper into the fourth — and soon to be fifth — industrial revolution, technology has become more woven into our everyday lives. Once upon a time, smart technology was found only […]

Many wonder where to start when attempting to protect embedded systems in OT cybersecurity? Here are some great places to start.

Three steps to building an ICS/OT roadmap

Gartner estimates that by 2023, 75% of organizations will restructure risk and security governance to address converged information technology (IT), operational technology (OT), Internet of Things (IoT) and physical security needs – an increase from fewer […]

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How AI lets Priefert Manufacturing stay productive

Founded in 1964, Priefert Manufacturing is one of the largest farm, ranch and rodeo equipment manufacturers in the world. With a huge range of equipment in locations that span several acres in the U.S., it is […]

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Colonial Pipeline fined almost $1 million

On May 5, 2022, The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) issued a Notice of Probable Violation (NOPV) and Proposed Compliance Order to Colonial Pipeline Company for close to $1 […]

MIT researchers demonstrated that analog-to-digital converters in smart devices are vulnerable to power and electromagnetic side-channel attacks that hackers use to “eavesdrop” on devices and steal secret information. They developed two security strategies that effectively and efficiently block both types of attacks. Courtesy: MIT News

Stronger security systems for smart devices

Researchers are pushing to outpace hackers and develop stronger protections that keep data safe from malicious agents who would steal information by eavesdropping on smart devices. Much of the work done to prevent these “side-channel […]

Researchers discuss cyber-physical threat response

Protecting the power grid through cyber-physical threat response

Current methods of defending critical energy infrastructure from multistage, cyber-physical threats remain largely dependent upon human intervention and compartmentalized monitoring with an emphasis on prevention. But how can electric power utilities quickly and effectively respond […]

A hacker in the background.

Throwback Attack: MiniDuke malware attacks 23 countries

While governments and organizations are attacked daily, some attacks leave little, if any, damage. It really depends on the sophistication level of the threat actor, which varies with each hack. However, there can be a […]

Courtesy of: CFE Media and Technology

Throwback Attack: Smart buildings, smarter hackers

As society has delved deeper into the fourth — and soon to be fifth — industrial revolution, technology has become more woven into our everyday lives. Once upon a time, smart technology was found only […]

Many wonder where to start when attempting to protect embedded systems in OT cybersecurity? Here are some great places to start.

Three steps to building an ICS/OT roadmap

Gartner estimates that by 2023, 75% of organizations will restructure risk and security governance to address converged information technology (IT), operational technology (OT), Internet of Things (IoT) and physical security needs – an increase from fewer […]

Image courtesy: Brett Sayles

How AI lets Priefert Manufacturing stay productive

Founded in 1964, Priefert Manufacturing is one of the largest farm, ranch and rodeo equipment manufacturers in the world. With a huge range of equipment in locations that span several acres in the U.S., it is […]

Image courtesy: CFE Media and Technology

Colonial Pipeline fined almost $1 million

On May 5, 2022, The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) issued a Notice of Probable Violation (NOPV) and Proposed Compliance Order to Colonial Pipeline Company for close to $1 […]

MIT researchers demonstrated that analog-to-digital converters in smart devices are vulnerable to power and electromagnetic side-channel attacks that hackers use to “eavesdrop” on devices and steal secret information. They developed two security strategies that effectively and efficiently block both types of attacks. Courtesy: MIT News

Stronger security systems for smart devices

Researchers are pushing to outpace hackers and develop stronger protections that keep data safe from malicious agents who would steal information by eavesdropping on smart devices. Much of the work done to prevent these “side-channel […]

Researchers discuss cyber-physical threat response

Protecting the power grid through cyber-physical threat response

Current methods of defending critical energy infrastructure from multistage, cyber-physical threats remain largely dependent upon human intervention and compartmentalized monitoring with an emphasis on prevention. But how can electric power utilities quickly and effectively respond […]

A hacker in the background.

Throwback Attack: MiniDuke malware attacks 23 countries

While governments and organizations are attacked daily, some attacks leave little, if any, damage. It really depends on the sophistication level of the threat actor, which varies with each hack. However, there can be a […]

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