"They went after our gas and they went after our hot dogs. No one is out of bounds here. Everyone is in play here," warned Christopher Krebs, former director of cybersecurity at Department of Homeland Security. From natural phenomena to cyberattack
The world seems to be getting more perilous day by day. Many nations are being hit with an epidemic fueled by a virus, but it is not COVID-19. Ransomware in the US has already raised the prices of beef and gas nationwide, and now federal officials a
Critical infrastructure in any country relies on energy sources and transmission for proper and safe national operations. A direct cyber shot was delivered to the US oil and gas industry, allegedly by a Russian criminal group known as DarkSide. Dar
The current US administration is introducing a 100-day plan to improve cybersecurity and address cyber threats across the nation's electrical grid. Officials state the program is part of a broader cybersecurity plan designed to address issues across
The electric grid is so important to any country’s national security and thus the high importance of keeping the electricity flowing. Even an outage of only a few minutes can wreak havoc on any residence or business. Cyber attackers responsible for
A US federal executive order was issued on 1 May 2020 which proposes to “monitor and replace” any US power grid equipment made by its foreign adversaries. Security professional said it would mainly affect Chinese-made products like electrical transf
The large organization responsible for overseeing the operations of Europe’s high voltage power infrastructure was recently hacked. ENTSO-E, formed in 2008, handles 42 Transmission System Operators (TSOs) which connects 35 European Union member sta
As time marches on, many are forgetting the two Russian attacks on Ukraine that shut down their power supply during their cold winters. Memories fade, but the energy threat continues. Total shut-down of the electric grid were traditionally rare and
- The vessel Akademik Lomonosov set sail from the port of Murmansk in August.
From a threat perspective, researchers expect cyber-attacks to continue into 2020, as it is getting easier for hackers to attack these systems because they are more exposed to the public Internet. Not just nation state hackers, but crimi
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