Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Thursday, August 27, 2020
Is the electric grid closer to a devastating cyberattack that could mean lights out?
SCMagazine.com, by: Larry Jaffee, August 26, 2020
Could the electric grid really be taken down with a $50 device secreted in the bottom of a coffee cup as some researchers have claimed? Perhaps. But the more likely threat comes from bad actors with markedly improved capabilities who’ve ramped up their attacks on critical infrastructure and utilities.

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