After Stuxnet: The New Rules of Cyberwar

Three years ago, when electric grid operators were starting to talk about the need to protect critical infrastructure from cyberattacks, few utilities had even hired a chief information security officer.Then came Stuxnet.In 2010, that malware, widely reported to have been created by the U.S. and Israel, reportedly destroyed 1,000 centrifuges that Iran was using to enrich uranium after taking over the computerized systems that operated the centrifuges.
http://www.cio.com/article/720777/After_Stuxnet_The_New_Rules_of_Cyberwar

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