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In the decade since the Stuxnet worm was discovered, multiple attacks that have been launched against operational technology (OT) networks including Shamoon, Havex, Wannycry, and Lockergoga. Looking back, a disturbing trend has emerged. Industrial attacks are being recycled. Consider LockerGoga, which crippled Norsk Hydro, one of the largest aluminum manufacturers in the world, in March […]

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The Internet Explorer zero-day, tracked as CVE-2019-1367, has been described as a memory corruption issue that allows remote code execution. The security hole affects Internet Explorer 9, 10 and 11, and Microsoft says it’s aware of exploitation attempts against both newer and older versions. “The vulnerability could corrupt memory in such a way that an […]

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Security teams are laser-focused on protecting the crown jewels. And while they are pretty good at evaluating the security within their own environments, the outside world can be tougher, with new and emerging threats from the broader Internet born every day. In fact, crimes from the Internet are on the rise, according to the FBI’s […]

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