Industrial Cyber Security Blog

Industrial Cyber Security Blog

13 Vulnerabilities Discovered in a Widely Used Industrial Router 11 Oct 2021
OTORIO’s Pen Testers discovered 13 highly severe vulnerabilities in one of InHand’s industrial routers
Four Critical Vulnerabilities Discovered in Bosch Rexroth WEB Interfaces 04 Oct 2021
With criticality scores of 10 and 8.6, these vulnerabilities are easy to exploit and allow unauthenticated attackers to penetrate and take over industrial control systems.
RaaS Strikes Again, the Latest Ransomware Attack Disrupts the Operations of Another Critical Infrastructure Operator 06 Aug 2021
The RaaS business model is a subscription-based model that works in a manner similar to Software as a Service (Saas) business models.
IT/OT Convergence Gains First Unified Cyber Security Solution 28 Jul 2021
OT, IT, and IoT are rapidly converging. All three domains are under increasing threats that steal vital information, halt production, and even put human lives at risk. The era of treating their cybersecurity needs separately is coming to a close.
Can a Simple Human Error Cost Your Company $50 Million? 23 Jul 2021
While Saudi Aramco is deep in the throes of a dangerous data leak and ransom demand, cybersecurity pros manning the gates at other critical industrial facilities had better consider the ramifications for their own company’s well-being and right away.
Selecting the Best Industrial Cyber-security Vendor 18 Jun 2021
Choosing the right security vendor for your company is a handful, especially in “insecure-by-design” environments like ICS/OT which require the highest level of expertise
The White House: No Company Is Safe From Being Targeted By Ransomware 04 Jun 2021
The letter sent out on June 3rd by the US National Security Council's top cyber official, less than a week after the DHS/TSA directive, leaves no doubt: No company is safe from being targeted by ransomware.
Cybersecurity Legislation 2021: The US Government Against Ransomware 03 Jun 2021
The recent flood of serious ransomware attacks on critical infrastructure targets – with the latest being the attack on Colonial Pipeline - has led the US government to turn up the heat on critical infrastructure cybersecurity measures.
Yet Another Large Packing Company Disrupted by a Cyberattack 27 May 2021
In 2021, the damage caused by cyberattacks has moved beyond data breaches and financial costs, to production shutdowns and severe operational disruptions.
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