Schneider Electric: Trisis leveraged zero-day flaw, used a RAT
Schneider Electric had remained largely silent about an August incident where Trisis shut down operations at a Saudi energy plant.
Trisis has the security world spooked, stumped and searching for answers
What researchers found has been described to CyberScoop as a tool so dangerous that its mere existence significantly intensifies the global digital arms race.
Nozomi Networks raises $15 million for expansion of its industrial cybersecurity offerings
Since being founded in 2013, the company has built products focused on machine learning and artificial intelligence that secure companies operating and maintaining critical infrastructure.
Triton malware shines light on threat facing energy production companies
Triton is the fifth known case of malware that has been specially designed to sabotage industrial control systems.
Early evidence suggests ties between Russian hackers and 'BadRabbit' attack
A software toolkit used in an expansive cyberattack focused on Eastern Europe Tuesday has been linked to a hacking group known as BlackEnergy APT or Telebots.
Security researchers call for calm after DHS warns of energy grid hacking
A security alert about foreign hackers probing into U.S. energy companies released late Friday by the Homeland Security Department frightened casual observers, but security experts say the government report provided little more than an update on relatively well known activity and behavior.