Maker of smart-grid software discloses hack
Telvent Canada says someone sneaked past its internal firewall, installing malicious software and stealing files related to control software it makes that’s used to manage the electric grid in various countries.
The company warned customers last week that it learned of a breach of its network on September 10, according to the KrebsOnSecurity blog. Project files associated with the firm’s OASyS SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) software were stolen, the post says.
“Although we do not have any reason to believe that the intruder(s) acquired any information that would enable…
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