Tag Archives: cyberattack

Schneider Targeted Yet Again

– In an April 30, 2019 article by Danny Palmer with the title “Cybersecurity: The key lessons of the Triton malware cyberattack you need to learn,” available at https://www.zdnet.com/article/cybersecurity-the-key-lessons-of-the-triton-malware-cyberattack-you-need-to-learn/ the reporter describes…

Oh, BTW, The Russians Cyberattacked the U.S. Critical Infrastructure

– While we have been distracted by the dalliances of an errant president, the exfiltration from Facebook of personal information belonging to a gazillion users, and the use of those data to influence elections, the U.S. encountered an existential threat, which was given relatively short shrift by…

Are Electric Cars Secure?

– That might appear to be a strange question. After all, when it comes to automobiles, the focus is mostly on safety, although articles have appeared describing how the computer networks and systems built into modern automobiles can readily be hacked and the hacker can take control of various…

If Your Cyber is Shocked, Wave

– CNN broadcast (and rebroadcast, and rebroadcast …) a desktop exercise conducted in Washington DC on Tuesday, February 16, 2010 at the Bipartisan Policy Center. In this simulation exercise, the cell phone networks are brought down by a virulent virus, electrical power grids in the Eastern side of…