Cybersentries block access to crucial systems
Computer networks that control crucial industrial and manufacturing processes, and vital energy and water utilities, were once considered immune to cyberattack, because in theory they were “air-gapped,” with no physical connection to the worldwide Internet. But that notion has died as researchers have found obscure Internet connections in virtually every automated system. “These Scada (supervisory control and data acquisition) networks are becoming more and more connected to corporate ...
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