Cybercom sounds alarm on infrastructure attacks

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“We remain vigilant in preparing for future threats, as cyberattacks could cause catastrophic damage to portions of our power grid, communications networks and vital services,” Adm. Mike Rogers, the Cyber Command chief, told a Senate hearing. “Damaging attacks have already occurred in Europe,” he stated, noting suspected Russian cyberattacks that temporarily turned out the lights in portions of Ukraine.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    You can’t hack a computer system that is not directly connected to the internet.
    After years of the novelty of ‘remoting in’ to access control systems utilities are disconnecting them.