A hacker tried to poison the water supply of a town in Florida using TeamViewer. How common is the software in critical infrastructure and is it a good idea to use it?
The hacker tried to drastically increase sodium hydroxide levels in the water, Pinellas County, Florida, officials said on Monday.
The Department of Energy says a “cyber event” disrupted operations in California, Wyoming, and Utah last month. But it’s unclear if hackers were behind it.
A security firm has discovered a new victim of the infamous hacking group that targeted critical infrastructure with destructive malware.
Cybersecurity firm FireEye points the finger at the Russian government and a government-linked facility for creating a destructive malware.
There's no evidence that the Massachusetts gas explosions are caused by hackers, but that hasn't stopped people from baseless speculations.
Researchers have discovered a new powerful—and dangerous—malware that targets industrial control systems.
Don’t Worry About ‘Cyber Pearl Harbor,’ But Hackers Are Already Targeting Our Critical Infrastructure
Cyber defenders still don’t understand the real threats that the power grid, energy plants and other critical infrastructure face.
Should we really be worried about a “Cyber Pearl Harbor”?
In the future, cyberattacks on power plants might be done with malware and flying hacker drones.
Before we learn how to defend our infrastructure against hackers, we need to understand what threats it faces.