Airbus researcher explores ‘Stuxnet-type attack’ for security training
The planemaker's cybersecurity subsidiary says it found a way to replicate how the famous malware executed code on programmable logic controllers.
Nation-state hacking kit ‘Flame’ had a second life, researchers say
The discovery shows how good source code dies hard, and that tracking its evolution can be a very long game for researchers.
New code-validation project tries to spot the next industrial supply chain attack
A new DHS-funded project traces the provenance of software code.
USB threat to industrial facilities comes into sharp focus with new Honeywell data
A new study from Honeywell shows how USB drives can propagate advanced threats like Stuxnet and Trisis.
In the opaque world of government hacking, private firms grapple with allegiances
Cybersecurity companies are becoming increasingly capable of burning intelligence collection efforts by governments, But with this new found influence, what responsibilities do they hold?
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.