SCADA concerns

SCADA concerns

Greetings, my faithful fans. Did you miss me? I've just had a restful week hiding from the Internet in a remote cottage in Devon, which is why I've been uncharacteristically quiet. Before that, though, I had an interesting and useful week in London mostly centred round the Infosec Europe expo, where apart from wall-to-wall meetings

Greetings, my faithful fans. Did you miss me? I've just had a restful week hiding from the Internet in a remote cottage in Devon, which is why I've been uncharacteristically quiet. Before that, though, I had an interesting and useful week in London mostly centred round the Infosec Europe expo, where apart from wall-to-wall meetings

Greetings, my faithful fans. Did you miss me?

I've just had a restful week hiding from the Internet in a remote cottage in Devon, which is why I've been uncharacteristically quiet. Before that, though, I had an interesting and useful week in London mostly centred round the Infosec Europe expo, where apart from wall-to-wall meetings and general networking, I presented in the Business Strategy Theatre on "Infrastructure Attacks: the Next Generation."

At some point, I plan to work my speaker notes into a white paper, but the presentation itself is now up at http://www.eset.com/us/resources/white-papers/Scared-for-Scada-Post-Infosec.pdf. Inevitably, follows on from Stuxnet into speculation on the consequences of escalating vulnerability researcher interest in SCADA.

David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP
ESET Senior Research Fellow

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