Cyber Security

How Cyberattacks on Critical Infrastructure Could Cause Real-Life Disasters

“In October 11, 2012, then Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta warned of the impending dangers of a digital Pearl Harbor, a cyberattack that targeted critical infrastructure and caused real, physical damage. Since then, others have sounded the alarm bells of a cyberattack on infrastructure. Yet, other than the Stuxnet attack on an Iranian nuclear power plant, and a blackout enabled by a malware infection in Ukraine, there are very few examples of cyberattacks whose effects have spilled beyond the digital world.”

Source: How Cyberattacks on Critical Infrastructure Could Cause Real-Life Disasters | Motherboard

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