Blog Category: Industrial Security
Posted by: Katherine Brocklehurst on August 09, 2017
In June 2017, researchers disclosed a new family of sophisticated malware that is designed to target and disrupt industrial control systems in power grids, specifically electric utility substations. “CRASHOVERRIDE” can ultimately cause a loss of power at substations and the concern is in its sophistication, modular design and extensibility to other industries and critical infrastructure.
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The bottom line is, CRASHOVERRIDE is not your average malware and there is no “easy button.” Here is what you need to know, with findings and suggestions regardless of your industrial or critical infrastructure organization.
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