Easy availability of ICS hacking tools poses major threat to industrial sector, researchers warn

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Most tools are 'vendor agnostic' and can target products from some of the largest ICS original equipment manufacturers, warns FireEye

Easy accessibility of ready-made tools for hack industrial control systems (ICS) has increased the risk for major industrial companies. That's according to the cyber security firm FireEye, which...

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