Safeguarding OT from Cyber Threats

A Solid Defense-in-Depth Program with Added Visibility can Help Provide an Early Warning System in Effort to Defend Against Attacks
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IL Nuke Sees Double with Transformer Woes

At the Clinton Power Station, the Old Adage Lives On: Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice …
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NE Nuke: Safety Valves Remained Closed

Nebraska Nuclear Power Plant Operated 89 Days with Key Safety System Impaired EDITOR’S NOTE: This is part of a series
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Finding the Competitive Edge

Monitoring Applications Gives Visibility, and can Help Hike Performance in a Very Big Way Not too long ago, ExxonMobil came
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Going Digital

Smarter, Connected Networks Add Complexity, but Plant Floor Can’t be an Island Anymore
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By Alessandro Di Pinto
It’s important for those defending critical and industrial infrastructure to share knowledge and stay up-to-date on malware tradecraft. With that in mind, when the GreyEnergy Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) ended up unveiled by ESET last year, I put my reverse engineering skills to work to analyze one of the malware’s infection techniques. This was the phishing email containing a malicious Microsoft Word document (maldoc) that