WSJ: How a Michigan Utility Got Hacked with Ransomware

With all of the experts opining about the “disconnected” laptop at a Vermont utility, it’s easy to have missed this story by veteran WSJ reporter Rebecca Smith that appeared on Friday afternoon.

In short, a Lansing, Michigan utility was hacked with ransomware, resulting in a $25,000 bitcoin payment and $2.5 million worth of damage. CyberX’s VP of Industrial Cybersecurity dives into some scenarios for how cyberattackers could deploy malware on IT assets as launching points for subsequent attacks on OT networks.

Read the full LinkedIn article here.

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