Industrial Control Systems


  • Critical Bugs in Rockwell, Johnson Controls ICS Gear

    March 10, 2020

    Security vulnerabilities that require very little skill to exploit have been discovered in industrial control systems (ICS) gear from Rockwell Automation and Johnson Controls, which anchor a flurry of bug disclosures impacting critical infrastructure. First, a set of critical vulnerabilities in Rockwell Automation gear affect MicroLogix 1400 Controllers, MicroLogix 1100 Controllers and RSLogix 500 Software. The ...

  • Exercise Cyber Star adds complex cyber attack scenarios to strengthen Singapore’s readiness

    September 4, 2019

    A widespread compromise of industrial control systems in critical services sectors here was among several more complex scenarios tested for the first time at a nation-wide cyber-security exercise. In its third run, Exercise Cyber Star’s more than 250 participants from the public and private sectors scrambled to isolate the cyber attack and restore the operations of ...

  • 4 Stuxnet-Related APTs Form Gossip Girl, an ‘Apex Threat Actor’

    April 9, 2019

    The infamous Stuxnet family of industrial sabotage malware is likely the work of a mysterious “supra-group” that Chronicle researchers Juan Andres Guerrero Saad and Silas Cutler have dubbed Gossip Girl; and it’s a group that turns out to be larger and far busier than previously known. In a session at the Security Analyst Summit 2019 in Singapore this ...

  • Deloitte and Dragos Partner on Industrial Cybersecurity

    May 9, 2017

    The industrial control system cybersecurity space continues to attract new investments, partnerships and companies. To say that the industrial cybersecurity industry has changed dramatically over the past few years would be a major understatement—not only because the changes have been so significant, but because the evolution is still underway. Just in the past few months we’ve ...