The Department of Homeland Security has designated the U.S. voting infrastructure as critical infrastructure.
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Burlington Electric Department general manager Neale Lunderville speaks out about last week’s incident and response to reports the electric grid had been hacked.
The rush to connect a security incident at a Vermont utility to Russian government hackers is more evidence of the challenges around attribution.
Cisco is warning customers of a privilege escalation flaw in Cisco CloudCenter Orchestrator systems that could allow an attacker to gain root privileges on affected systems.
German industrial giant Siemens has provided a firmware update addressing software vulnerabilities that are found in a popular line of its Desigo PX industrial control hardware.
Facebook makes freely available an internal tool used to monitor CT logs for new TLS certificates issued for a domain. Users can monitor and audit this information for malicious or mistakenly issued certs.
Locus Energy has patched 100,000 of its residential and commercial power meters that were vulnerable to command injection attacks and code execution.
The San Francisco Municipal Transport Agency says it has contained a ransomware attack, but now it faces new unsubstantiated claims by attackers who say they have 30GB of the agency’s data.
Siemens is warning customers of a local privilege escalation vulnerability that leaves over a dozen models of its SCADA equipment open to attack.
Security experts monitoring cyber-chatter for virtual and real-world threats against U.S. Election Day targets don’t believe there will be cyberattack or al-Qaeda terror attack this Tuesday.