SCADA Tag

Why Threat Deception Technology Adoption is Soaring

13:57 22 April in Attivo News
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Unlike other security solutions, Attivo focuses on detecting the threats that have bypassed perimeter security controls, which all determined attackers eventually do. Highly authentic deception traps, along with data, application, and credential lures are deployed to attract an attacker into engaging and revealing their presence....

Attivo Networks Powers up with Energy Impact Partners

05:00 21 March in Press Release
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Utility-backed venture capital firm invests in company to secure energy operations and security infrastructure Fremont, CA – March 21, 2019 – Attivo Networks®, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, today announced that Energy Impact Partners (EIP), a leading utility-backed energy investment and innovation firm,...

The Benefits of Deception for SCADA Environments

14:00 01 March in Blogs, Energy
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Written By: Carolyn Crandall, CMO & Chief Deception Officer -Recently, SC Magazine published an article covering several vulnerabilities that Positive Technologies found in GE supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems where an attacker could intercept passwords and disrupt utility and factory operations. While...

US Power Grid in Imminent Danger of Cyber-Attack

10:02 09 January in Industry News
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The US Energy Department says the electricity system "faces imminent danger" from cyber-attacks, which are growing more frequent and sophisticated, but grid operators say they are already on top of the problem. In the department’s Quadrennial Energy Review, it warned that a widespread power outage caused...

Staying Atop Your IoT Game with Visibility & Security

09:13 30 November in Blogs, IoT
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No organization wants to become the next victim of a breach caused by the rapidly changing IoT and mobility-enabled landscape, where well-funded attackers continue to mount increasingly sophisticated assaults. With Verizon reporting that 70-90 percent of today’s malware is unique to a specific company, making...