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OT:ICEFALL: 56 Vulnerabilities Caused by Insecure-by-Design Practices in OT

It has been 10 years since Project Basecamp, a research project conducted by Digital Bond that investigated how critical operational technology (OT) devices and protocols were, to use the term they coined, “insecure by design.” Since then, we have seen hugely impactful real-world OT malware such as Industroyer, TRITON, Industroyer2 and INCONTROLLER abusing insecure-by-design functionality.

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Industroyer2 and INCONTROLLER: New Findings and How Forescout Protects Against the Most Recent ICS-Specific Malware

In our new threat briefing report, Forescout’s Vedere Labs presents the most detailed public technical analysis of…

July 14, 2022

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R4IoT: When Ransomware Meets the Internet of Things

Over the past few years, ransomware has been evolving because of two ongoing trends: Digital transformation driving rapid growth in…

June 1, 2022

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A Hospital’s Cybersecurity:
10 Steps to Help Ensure Patient Safety and Continuous Operations

Across a health system’s digital terrain, the most vulnerable assets are connected medical devices. If those devices become compromised, the…

May 31, 2022

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