April 16, 2024


Cancel: Dragos Breach Did Not Compromise E-ISAC
Cybersecurity firm Dragos, a partner of the Electricity Information Sharing and Analysis Center, suffered a cyber breach that exposed customer information.
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Senate Energy Comm. Ponders Change in Cybersecurity Authorities
Senators discussed new bills that would give FERC authority over gas pipeline cybersecurity and change how DOE handles cyber threats.
Dragos: Cyber Landscape Remained Volatile in 2022
The 2022 cyber threat landscape included new malware targeting the electric industry with “breakthrough escalation in capabilities,” a new report says.
Gas-electric Coordination ‘Achille’s Heel’ of Energy Transition, NERC Summit Told
Gas-electric coordination is becoming the “Achille’s heel of the energy transition,” ISO-NE CEO Gordon van Welie told the NERC Reliability Leadership Summit.
Dragos Chief: Pipedream ‘Ominous,’ But Not Overwhelming
Malware discovered this year with the capacity to disrupt operational technology systems must be taken seriously, the head of cybersecurity firm Dragos said.
Dragos: Ransomware ‘More Impactful’ in Q2
Ransomware continues to pose a serious problem for critical infrastructure despite a slight drop in the number of incidents, a new report says.
Dragos Pushes Communication Skills for Cyber Professionals
Representatives from cybersecurity firm Dragos said that communicating the importance of OT security investments to company boards is a major challenge.
Dragos Warns Malware Developers Building Skills Fast
Cybersecurity researchers say a new malware tool shows how quickly the threat community has developed since the relatively crude attacks of just six years ago.
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Cyberattacks More Likely as Russo-Ukrainian War Continues
Experts warned that growing Russian frustration with the invasion of Ukraine could lead the country to escalate its cyber strategy in unpredictable ways.
Dragos: Electric Industry Cyber Preparations ‘Very Successful’
Cybersecurity firm Dragos spoke positively on the electric industry's cyber protection measures in 2021, but said the threat landscape remains active.

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