How industrial enterprises can adapt to ICS attacks
Justin Fier, Director for Cyber Intelligence and Analysis at Darktrace, talks with Greg Otto about the rash of intrusion attempts on energy companies and what enterprises that deal with industrial control systems can do to adapt to rising threats.
'Nation-state' hackers increase sabotage attempts aimed at Western energy companies
"We have not seen this scale of attack, the aggressiveness and penetration, in the U.S. before," one researcher said.
Senator calls for review of energy infrastructure cybersecurity policy
Democrat Maria Cantwell introduced two letters in a Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee requesting review of the nation's energy infrastructure cybersecurity.
An old foe's footprints muddle the mystery around group responsible for energy sector hacks
The leading suspect behind the incident is a group associated with past operations tied to Russia. Yet there is a division among experts if that activity can be tied to the Kremlin.
Spearphishing attacks on energy firms tied to years-long global hacking operation
A recent barrage of well-crafted phishing emails aimed at energy companies is tied to a years-long international campaign to steal user credentials and gather intelligence.
Early indications point to Sandworm hacking group for global ransomware attack
The hacking group has suspected ties to Russia and a history of launching destructive computer viruses, according to research conducted by Czech cybersecurity firm ESET.