Utilities


  • Norway water contamination: Patient dies and thousands unwell after E.Coli found

    June 13, 2019

    A patient has died and thousands of people have fallen ill after coming into contact with contaminated water. The victim was taken to hospital with gastrointestinal symptoms on the island of Askoey in southern Norway and later died. Health spokesman Erik Vigander said campylobacter was found in the patient’s system. It is the same bacteria identified in other ...

  • Mining and utilities at risk of cyber crime attacks warns GECI

    April 23, 2019

    With international analysts warning of a growing risk of cyberwar, sabotage and espionage impacting industrial and mining facilities, South African stakeholders must step up their efforts to mitigate risk. This is according to GECI, an international tactical cybersecurity company now launching its portfolio of cybersecurity solutions in South Africa. After Europe, GECI has chosen to expand ...

  • As hackers get smarter, America’s energy industry is shoring up its defenses

    April 22, 2019

    America is under attack. Every day, we’re besieged by a group of enemy combatants. Nameless, faceless, and spread throughout the world, this group is united by a single aim: to upend American life as we know it. These attackers are not soldiers or terrorists in the traditional sense. They are hackers, on a mission to cause ...

  • Siemens Warns of Critical Remote-Code Execution ICS Flaw

    February 12, 2019

    Siemens has released 16 security advisories for various industrial control and utility products, including a warning for a critical flaw in the WibuKey digital rights management (DRM) solution that affects the SICAM 230 process control system. SICAM 230 is used for a broad range of industrial control system (ICS) applications, including use as an integrated energy system for ...