Energy assets in front line of cyber war

Global energy infrastructure is more vulnerable than ever in an escalating cyber war thanks to “sons of Stuxnet” electronic missiles, which can be created from the virus designed to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program.Cyber espionage is on the rise, with Chinese hackers stealing field data and cutting-edge technology from energy companies around the world since at least 2009, according to leading security firm McAfee (part of Intel Corp).To continue reading this Reuters report, go to:
uk.reuters.com/article/2012/05/31/oukin-uk-cyber-attacks-energy-idUKBRE84U15120120531

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