Blog Tag: Nuclear

In July, I gave a presentation on a new feature for MetaDefender Kiosk and Client: digital signing and verification. If you missed the webinar, titled "Why...
Multiple nuclear power plants in the U.S. have faced cyber attacks and experienced breaches over the last couple of months, according to recent reports from...
The Cyber Security Summit series will host a total of 9 security conferences around the U.S. this year. OPSWAT has attended each one so far in 2017. Cyber...
The annual Nuclear Information Technology Strategic Leadership (NITSL) Conference is hugely important for the nuclear industry. This year, the conference was...
The world can't seem to catch a break — yet another large-scale ransomware attack broke out on June 27th, this time largely affecting critical...
All malware is inherently dangerous, but there are a few threats that stand out amongst the others when it comes to inflicting damage. We took a look at some...
The OPSWAT team went out to the Nuclear Energy Institute Cyber Security Implementation Workshop in Savannah, Georgia last week. The three-day conference was...
Data diodes, or one-way data transfer devices, secure the transfer of data between low and high-security networks. The research needed to make a purchase...
OPSWAT's educational workshop, designed to help nuclear facilities achieve compliance, was a great success with dozens of attendees from a majority of nuclear...
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1 Mar 2016

February in Review

OPSWAT's streamlined version of our MetaDefender Product Family will be showcased at RSA, NEI, and at upcoming Cyber Security Seminars around the globe. We...
Although USB flash drives are extremely useful devices for transferring data, they do come with security risks. Employees using USB drives at home and then...
It should come as no surprise that Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Industrial Control Systems (ICS) that control key functions in critical...