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  • Iran: Siemens Aided US, Israel Launch Stuxnet Attack - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Iran: Siemens Aided US, Israel Launch Stuxnet Attack

    A senior Iranian military official is accusing Siemens of helping the United States and Israel unleash last year’s Stuxnet worm, a highly complex piece of malware that targeted Iran’s nuclear facilities, according to media reports. “Our executive officials should legally follow up the case of Siemens SCADA software which prepared the ground for the Stuxnet […] More

  • Report: Malware Continues to Threaten SCADA Systems - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Report: Malware Continues to Threaten SCADA Systems

    A new report by the Security Incidents Organization has revealed that manufacturing and infrastructure security worldwide continues to be vulnerable to malware and cyber attack. John Cusimano, executive director of SIO, said the “Report on Cyber Security Incidents and Trends Affecting Industrial Control Systems Resulting from Malware Infections” details the continuing web hazards and how […] More

  • Removing Virus Could Harm Power Grid Operations Firm Warns - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Removing Virus Could Harm Power Grid Operations Firm Warns

    Siemens, a German-based engineering company, has made a program available to its customers that can detect and remove malware infecting its software which is used to control power grids, factories and oil refineries. However, the firm warned that disinfecting the system could interfere with sensitive operations. The firm is distributing Sysclean, a product made by […] More

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