Cybersecurity News

» Biden executive order on power system cybersecurity leaves critical operations vulnerable, experts say
From mysterious electronics in Chinese transformers to sensors without password protections, analysts see growing vulnerabilities in U.S. power system operations.
By Herman K. Trabish, Utility Dive
July 25, 2022

» U.S. warns newly discovered malware could sabotage energy plants
Private security experts said they suspect liquefied natural gas facilities were the malware’s most likely target
By Joseph Menn, Washington Post
April 13, 2022

» Drivers start scrambling for gas as pipeline shutdown continues
By CBS News
May 12, 2021

» Traders Scramble To Buy Gasoline From Europe After U.S. Pipeline Outage
By Charles Kennedy, Oil Price
May 10, 2021

» ‘Jugular’ of the U.S. fuel pipeline system shuts down after cyberattack
The infiltration of a major fuel pipeline is “the most significant, successful attack on energy infrastructure we know of.”
May 8, 2021

» Cyberattack Forces a Shutdown of a Top U.S. Pipeline
The operator, Colonial Pipeline, said it had halted systems for its 5,500 miles of pipeline after being hit by a ransomware attack.
By David E. Sanger, Clifford Krauss and Nicole Perlroth, New York Times
May 8, 2021

» Trump administration tackles pipeline cybersecurity
Robert Walton, Utility Dive
October 5, 2018

» Trump administration moves to protect pipelines from cyberattack
By John Siciliano & Josh Siegel, Washington Examiner
October 04, 2018

» Looming Cybersecurity Battle: Who Protects U.S. Pipelines?
By Rebecca Kern, Bloomberg
June 22, 2018

» U.S. Regulators Urge Better Oversight for Pipeline Cybersecurity
By Rachel Adams-Heard, Bloomberg
June 11, 2018

» Cyberattack Shows Vulnerability of Gas Pipeline Network
By Clifford Krauss, New York Times
April 4, 2018

» Meeting Cybersecurity Challenges in the Pipeline Industry
By Mike Baldi, Cybersecurity Solutions Architect, Honeywell Process Solutions in Pipeline & Gas Journal
February, 2017