Security experts expect U.S. infrastructure to suffer a major cyberattack in the next two years, according a survey of recent Black Hat attendees.
Nuclear power plants are now being targeted by sophisticated cybercrime groups. Is this the precursor to a full-scale malware meltdown?
To address security gaps in the energy industry, organizations must empower leaders to take full responsibility for cyberdefense and hold them accountable.
Today's IT professionals can extract many lessons from the infamous Stuxnet worm, which was discovered in 2010, to help them protect their SCADA systems.
According to a new report, a team of researchers created proof-of-concept malware that poses a serious threat to SCADA and ICS systems.
Emerging technologies such as big data analytics, cognitive computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) are shaping the future of cybersecurity.
A recent IBM X-Force report found that attacks against industrial control systems (ICS) increased significantly in 2016 over last year's numbers.
It's important to consider factors related to operations and infrastructure, not just threats, when discussing grid security for the utilities industry.
The machines rose at DEF CON 24 in Las Vegas. Autonomous hacking machines successfully analyzed, patched and exploited software at the conference.
A newly discovered ICS malware called Irongate is eerily similar to the Stuxnet worm in the way it goes after SCADA and industrial control systems.