Security news that informs and inspires


7 results for tag ICS:

Experts Urge Tighter Focus on Critical Infrastructure Security

ICS and operational technology experts told Congress Tuesday that adversaries' focus on critical infrastructure attacks requires a better focus on the security of these networks by defenders and regulators.

ICS, Government

Rockwell Automation Warns of Critical Bug in ControlLogix Modules

Rockwell Automation discovered an exploit for its ControlLogix modules that was developed by an unnamed APT actor.


‘We Are at the Time’s Up Phase for Industrial Security’

New data from Dragos shows that ransomware attacks against ICS systems are increasing, and sophisticated malware designed for those environments is now a reality.

Ransomware, ICS

CISA Warns of Serious Flaws in CONPROSYS HMI Software

A set of serious flaws in the Contec CONPROSYS HMI software that could allow remote code execution have been addressed in an update.


Hardcoded Private Key Leads to Full Control of Some Siemens PLCs

A newly discovered flaw (CVE-2022-38465) in some Siemens S7 PLCs can allow an attacker to extract the hardcoded private key of the controller and gain complete control.

ICS, Siemens