The Dragos OT Cybersecurity Year in Review report shows a rise in geopolitically driven and ransomware attacks in 2023.
Network anomalies and attacks are the most prevalent threat to OT and IoT environments, according to new research from Nozomi Networks Labs.
Malware implanted in end-of-life home internet routers was used to conceal attacks on critical infrastructure organisations.
An initiative has been announced to strengthen defence against cyberthreats in the mining industry.
Cybersecurity vulnerabilities have been discovered in Bosch Rexroth nutrunners, a type of pneumatic torque wrench used in fastening applications in various industries.
Claroty's Team82 recently discovered remote code execution vulnerabilities in popular OPC UA clients from Inductive Automation and Softing.
As financial losses mount, security pros are expected to adopt technology like generative AI in OT environments while meeting new regulatory standards.
Researchers found that Australia is currently third in the world for the number of exposed devices.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has released an urgent alert about an active threat to Unitronics PLCs.
Rockwell Automation to include Claroty's SaaS-powered OT security solution xDome to its services portfolio.
Nozomi Networks Labs has discovered cybersecurity flaws in Bently Nevada energy and industrial machinery protection systems.
The second quarter of calendar year 2023 proved to be a highly active period for ransomware groups, posing significant threats to industrial organisations.
Even if well guarded in IT networks, intellectual property is also encoded into OT processes, making it possible for adversaries to steal it by OT network infiltration.
An Asian oil and gas company has reduced its attack surface and improved OT security with automated threat and risk detection.
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