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House lawmakers approved a new bill on Monday that’s aimed at securing technology used to power U.S. critical infrastructure from cyber-attacks.
Today, the U.S. Department of Energy announced it’s making $25 million in grants available for projects that pursue new approaches to making the energy sector more resilient to cyber-attacks.
Changes to the NERC CIP compliance standard have been proposed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission aiming to protect utility grids from laptops and mobile devices that could potentially spread malicious software.
According to the latest report from PwC, two-thirds (65%) of UK businesses are worried about potential cyber threats within the energy sector that could lead to catastrophic data breaches or even service outages.
Researchers at the industrial cybersecurity firm Dragos have found that thousands of industrial facilities have their systems infected with common malware every year.
A new study has found that the US oil and gas industry and falling behind when it comes to cyber security preparedness, with nearly two-thirds (68%) of organizations having suffered a major security breach in the last year.
According to researchers at security firm ESET, a threat group using the Russia-linked ‘Black Energy’ malware are to blame for the recent power outages in Ukraine.
A nightmare scenario based on a devastating APT attack on the US energy grid has been provided by the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Risk Studies and Lloyds.
British Gas has acknowledged pressure coming from the cyber-security profession and agreed to take another look at its policy toward password managers, in order to maintain continuous compliance with cyber security controls.
Cyber-attacks on critical national infrastructure (CNI) are growing in volume and sophistication, with destructive attacks far more common than at first thought, according to a new report from Trend Micro and the Organization of American States (OAS).