2024 Threat Report

2024 Threat Report

View the Report By Gregory Hale In the past year, one half of all cyberattacks that caused physical consequences impacted manufacturing, and most of those attacks were ransomware. In addition, GPS spoofing and supply chain incidents are important new developments in...
Similar Attacks? Just Look at the Facts

Similar Attacks? Just Look at the Facts

By Gregory Hale While similarities often abound when a cyber event occurs, that does not make them similar or related, but the problem is “experts” will often attempt to make them appear dramatic so they can seem relevant or on top of their game. Take the Suncor...
Water Industry Needs Cybersecurity Help

Water Industry Needs Cybersecurity Help

By Gregory Hale By far, the water industry is the most important sector in the world in part because it keeps people alive by providing access to clean drinking water, it provides access to water for cleaning and it keeps industries running. But then why is it this...
SolarWinds: How To React During A Crisis

SolarWinds: How To React During A Crisis

By Gregory Hale Be humble, develop a hard shell and own the problem. Those are just some of the lessons learned after the SolarWinds attack that occurred December 12, 2020. Over 18,000 SolarWinds customers installed malicious updates in three versions of its Orion...
OT Security Incidents: 2021 Trends and Analysis

OT Security Incidents: 2021 Trends and Analysis

View the Report By Gregory Hale Last year saw the number cyber attacks with physical consequences in process and discrete manufacturing industries more than double over those reported in 2020. These attacks were in addition to significant numbers of attacks with...