Critical Infrastructure Security Newsletter #pauto #cybersecurity #security #manufacturing #ics

July 9, 2013
Bob Huber, Sean McBride and Michael Assante have formed a new organization called Critical Intelligence and are now publishing a newsletter, which I suggest strongly that anyone interested in cybersecurity subscribe to.

Bob Huber, Sean McBride and Michael Assante have formed a new organization called Critical Intelligence and are now publishing a newsletter, which I suggest strongly that anyone interested in cybersecurity subscribe to.

It is a defacto policy at Control magazine, after a contretemps last year, that we do not single out companies and report vulnerabilities unless it is critically germane to the topic we're dealing with. There are other places to get lists of them, including the Critical Intelligence Newsletter. The current issue has listings of 12 ICS hardware vulnerabilities, 191 firmware and software updates, and a number of exploits aimed at ICS installations. It makes for interesting, if unsettling reading.

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