We are pleased to announce that we are conducting a hands-on workshop with Palo Alto Networks at the SecurityWeek ICS Cyber Security Conference, which is being held next week in Atlanta, GA (October 22-25, 2018).
In this CyberWire podcast from October 9, CyberX VP of Industrial Cybersecurity Phil Neray discusses the topic of the US Department of Justice charging seven hackers, working for the Russian military agency GRU, with carrying out a vast intrusion campaign against a wide range of organizations. Listen to his comments in the podcast recording starting […]
In this issue we discuss new information about NotPetya; cover North Korean hackers behind WannaCry; ICS zero-day vulnerabilities recently discovered by CyberX’s threat intelligence team; and grid security news from the DoE and DHS. We’re also excited to announce that CyberX and one of our clients, the CISO of a global CPG manufacturer, will be presenting at the Palo Alto Networks IGNITE Europe conference, in a session titled “Effectively Detecting & Preventing Threats to Your ICS/SCADA Network.”
We’re pleased to announce that one of our clients, the CISO of a CPG manufacturer with 5,000 employees, has been honored with an award for unifying security monitoring and governance across both IT and OT. At First Quality, smart manufacturing and IIoT are essential to achieving greater quality and efficiency in the company’s innovative manufacturing processes. In order to support the needs of the business while reducing risk, Litvin has implemented CyberX’s continuous OT threat monitoring and asset management platform in multiple plants, along with centralized management providing a global view of OT risk across all of its facilities.
In this issue we discuss why the top US intelligence office feels the persistent danger of Russian cyberattacks is akin to the “blinking red light” warnings ahead of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks; an attempted attack on a Ukrainian chlorine factory; and the EU’s NIS Directive to tighten security for critical infrastructure organizations, with fines for non-compliance up to $20M.
In this CyberWire podcast from July 24, CyberX VP of Industrial Cybersecurity Phil Neray discusses Russian cyber-reconnaissance. Listen to his comments in the podcast recording starting at 3:29. “It’s dangerous and reckless to assume that Russian cyber-reconnaissance can be discounted because no one has actually turned off the power yet. It’s clear that our adversaries […]