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A break in into the ICS/SCADA system can disturb, corrupt or even destroy your production

Blog post   •   May 20, 2016 13:53 CEST

Do you remember the latest stories in the news where for instance cyber-criminals unplugged over 200,000 people from the Ukrainian electricity grid, where other cyber-criminals caused hundreds of domestic and international flights to be grounded at multiple airports across Sweden due to its air traffic control system being disabled, and where a nuclear power plant in Germany was infected with computer viruses via USB sticks?

Morten Dichmann Hansen, Security Architect in NNIT A/S here gives his perspective on how to keep industrial computer systems (ICS/SCADA) running in an age of cybercrime. Read the full article here,

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