June 2018, Vol. 245, No. 6


Defending Critical Infrastructure from Cyberattacks

By Gabe Authier, Tripwire During the recent Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month, cybersecurity company Tripwire conducted a poll to gain perspective on which types of critical infrastructure might be at most risk of cyberattack. It asked: “In your country, which of the following services do you think is the most likely to have an outage due to hackers?” Of the 373 participants, the majority (47%) believed that “Water, electricity & gas” were most likely. Twenty-two (22) percent said “Transport” would be the most susceptible, and 20% voted for “Emergency services.” A further 12% answered “Other,” with many suggesting telecommunication systems.

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