The White House released a charter document on Wednesday outlining how the U.S. government will disclose cyber security flaws and when it will keep them secret.
Browsing Category: Critical Infrastructure
Siemens has fixed a remotely executable vulnerability in some versions of its SIMATIC PCS 7 distributed control system, and said that it is working on a fix for remaining affected versions.
Rockwell Automation has patched its Stratix wireless access point against the KRACK vulnerability, joining a growing list of vendors in the commercial and industrial controls spaces moving quickly to reduce their exposure.
Researchers warn that hackers have weaponized a vulnerability that could be used in an IOTroop (or Reaper) attack, bringing the likelihood of an attack one step closer.
Malware dubbed IOTroop that researchers say is “worse than Mirai” has already infected one million businesses worldwide.
Researchers unearth new tactics and strategies used by the criminals behind the hacking group known as Bronze Butler.
Industrial manufacturer Siemens is encouraging users running devices that use its Ruggedcom protocol to apply firmware updates this week. The updates resolve a serious and remotely exploitable vulnerability that could let an attacker carry out administrative actions.
APT33 targets petrochemical, aerospace and energy sector firms based in U.S., Saudi Arabia and South Korea with destructive malware linked to StoneDrill.
Siemens fixed a session hijacking vulnerability in its LOGO! logic module Wednesday but says a second issue, one that could help facilitate a man-in-the-middle attack, has no fix currently.
Eight members of the National Infrastructure Advisory Council resigned last week, citing insufficient attention to the growing threats to the cybersecurity by the Trump Administration.