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Cyber-physical attacks: Hacking a chemical plant

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

When it comes to hacking chemical plants, for an attacker to go hackedity-hack-hack and then the plant goes boom fortunately only happens in the movies. But “if you plan to improve your financial posture” now and at least in the five years is a good time for security researchers to jump into cyber-physical systems security where you will be most concerned about attacks that cause physical damage. Granted, you and attackers may know a lot about the IT world, and even Industrial Control Systems (ICS) aka SCADA, but hacking a chemical plant means also needing to know some physics, chemistry and engineering. The Damn Vulnerable Chemical Process was developed to help you master new skills; it’s the “first open source framework for cyber-physical experimentation based on two realistic models of chemical plants.” At Def Con 23, Marina Krotofil, senior security consultant at the European Network for Cyber Security, and Jason Larsen, principal security consultant at IOActive, presentedRocking the pocket book: Hacking chemical plants for competition and extortion; you can grab a copy of their presentation (pdf) and slides (pdf) as the duo delved into a complete attack, from start to finish, on a simulated plant for Vinyl Acetate production. Pulling […]

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FEMA to evaluate Maryland’s preparedness to respond to emergency at nuke plant

Top Priority Sector:  disaster_preparedness_emergency_response Image Caption:  Calvert Cliffsnuclear plant inState of Maryland Read More….

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FEMA updates its guide for nuclear plant alerts and notifications

Jacob Goodwin Top Priority Sector:  infrastructure_protection Read More….

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NRC keeps an eye on NJ nuclear plant that sounded warning during storm

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  disaster_preparedness_emergency_response Image Caption:  Oyster Creek Federal nuclear regulators continue to monitor a nuclear power plant on New Jersey’s Barnegat Bay that declared an alert as Hurricane Sandy came ashore in the state. The official alert, issued by the Oyster Creek plant owned by Excelon Corp. located near Lacey Township in […]

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Legislation takes aim at overlapping nuclear plant licensing renewals

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  cbrne_detection Image Caption:  Seabrook Station Citing the safety of aging nuclear power plants, two congressmen introduced legislation on Sept. 26 that would prevent overlapping operating license renewals for the facilities. The legislation would prevent nuclear reactor owners from applying for 20-year license renewal years before their original 40-year operations license […]

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ICS-CERT issues alert on power plant control system

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  cyber_security A control system used by electrical power plants could have a vulnerability that leaves a back door open for hackers to get into the system, according to DHS’ critical infrastructure Cyber protection team. The vulnerability in the Rugged Operating System, made by Siemens subsidiary RuggedCom, was found by researcher […]

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Applied DNA Sciences expands plant and personnel

Top Priority Sector:  access_control_identification Applied DNA Sciences, Inc., a provider of DNA-based anti-counterfeiting technology, announced on August 8 that it has significantly expanded its office, production and laboratory space and increased its personnel. Homepage position:  10 read more View full post on Government Security News

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Sr. Manufacturing Plant Engineer in US-OK-Oklahoma City

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Irishman decoded virus that entered Iranian nuclear plant- VIDEO

An Irishman living in the US was the first to decipher the complex nature of Stuxnet, a computer worm that affected Iranian nuclear facilities in 2010. The worm is believed to have been the work of the CIA or Israeli security forces.

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