ICS-CERT report finds more than 600 IT security weaknesses in US critical infrastructure

Dan Worth
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Water, energy and gas supply all vulnerable, warns ICS-CERT

The trend for connecting critical infrastructure to the internet has led to more than 600 IT security weaknesses being found in industrial control systems (ICS) in critical infrastructure in the US...

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