How hackers attacked Ukraine’s power grid: Implications for Industrial IoT security | ZDNet
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How hackers attacked Ukraine’s power grid: Implications for Industrial IoT security | ZDNet

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Poorly The December 2015 cyberattacks on Ukranian power utilities were rare in that actual damage was inflicted. But there’s ample evidence of widespread infiltration into organisations’ operational systems.

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Poorly architectured networks and trusting perimeter security is the road to breaches and lethal failure of Industrial Internet of Things. To protect utility, infrastructure and manufacturing industries we need to realize that the old ways of thinking is passe. There is no such thing as a secure network that you can trust. you need strong authentication, encryption, distributed network application security, and more. You need a modern redesign of your operations.

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