Recently, a computer worm known as STUXNET was able to infiltrate an Iranian nuclear power facility and damage a number of uranium purification centrifuges. This is the first known malware with the ability to cause physical damage to electrical or mechanical devices. Join us for a new Lee Technologies webinar and learn:
- How SCADA worms such as STUXNET are able to cause physical damage in “the real world”
- How devices with the same vulnerabilities that were exploited by STUXNET are used in on site power generation, electrical switchgear and mechanical systems applications in U.S. facilities.
- How Stuxnet was able to penetrate a highly secure facility and infect devices with no connection to the Internet.
- Why public sector and commercial data centers are enticing targets for the next SCADA worm cyberattack.