Don’t Let the Lights Go Out on Critical Infrastructure Security

By Edna Conway As cyberattack prevention becomes an increasingly critical focus of homeland security efforts, industry observers are taking a closer look at the readiness of the nation’s critical infrastructure. Some believe there is reason to worry. Researchers recently revealed that many industrial systems, including some used in public utilities, come with default passwords that are readily available and could be used by hackers to gain remote root access and disrupt services or cause damage. Just last December, at least three of Ukraine’s energy []

Source:: Cisco Security Notice