New Stuxnet Variant Allegedly Struck Iran

A malware similar in nature to Stuxnet but more aggressive and sophisticated allegedly hit the infrastructure and strategic networks in Iran. Details about the supposed new attack are superficial at the moment, as there are no details about the supposed Read More …

Security researchers find solid evidence linking Industroyer to NotPetya

Malware analysts from Slovak cyber-security firm ESET have found substantial evidence that links cyber-attacks performed against Ukraine’s power grid to the same group behind the NotPetya ransomware outbreak of June 2017. The link is not a direct one, but through Read More …

Great need to ‘improve’ the cyber security in industrial control systems

There is a pressing need to improve cyber security in industrial control system (ICS) environments to avoid future breaches that could impact critical national infrastructure concludes CREST, the not-for-profit accreditation body representing the technical information security industry. This is based Read More …