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In December 2015, a power outage in the Ukraine left over 700,000 citizens without electricity. Security researchers confirmed that the outage was caused by BlackEnergy malware and there’s been a lot of speculation that Russia was behind the cyber attack.

What lessons can U.S. critical infrastructure providers learn from these attacks?

Listen to our latest Security Slice podcast and hear Tim ErlinTyler Reguly and Craig Young discuss the signs that point to Russia as the perpetrator and the possibility that a similar cyber attack in the U.S. could cause physical damage.

 

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