Cyber threats such as Stuxnet pose an increasing risk to critical infrastructure but many facilities around the world are unprepared to face the danger, according to a report released on Tuesday.
What does CI stand for?
CI stands for Critical Infrastructure
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Cyber threats such as Stuxnet pose an increasing risk to critical infrastructure worldwide but many facilities are unprepared to face the danger, according to a report released on Tuesday.
The European Union has been dealing with problems of current critical infrastructure and its protection since the beginning of the third millennium.
government created the President's Critical Infrastructure Board to study ways to protect the country's information networks.
Critical Infrastructure refers to the physical facilities, IT networks and overall services and assets necessary for a functioning organization or economy.
Most Stuxnet infections have been discovered in Iran, giving rise to speculation it was intended to sabotage said last week that Stuxnet may have been specifically designed to disrupt the motors that power gas centrifuges used to enrich uranium, director of Symantec's Global Intelligence Network, told the Senate panel that while 60 percent of the Stuxnet infections detected were in Iran it should be seen as "a wake-up call to critical infrastructure systems around the world.
0769524265 Critical infrastructure protection; proceedings.
The report, co-sponsored by Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) and other leading IT vendors, found that: * Sixty-eight percent of the critical infrastructure organizations surveyed have experienced at least one security breach in the past 24 months, and 13% suffered more than three security breaches in the past 24 months.