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The most notorious and widespread SCADA attack to take place against the pharmaceutical industry is known as Dragonfly, also called Havex, which sought to steal and corrupt data.
As SCADA attacks shift from the possible to the inevitable, pharmaceutical companies must find a strategy to protect themselves and their customers.
"Today, SCADA runs over TCP IP, and although you may think it is over a private fibre network, or APN, or a private wifi network, that, in our opinion, is barely enough to secure the fortress from a SCADA attack. "A model needs to be put in place to ensure that industrial systems and operational technology, and the signalling and communication are protected as they are being converged onto the common IP-based communication network.
This approach will be adopted to develop efficient detection of SCADA attacks and will be evaluated using the TASSCS resources.
* April 2015--Number of SCADA attacks doubles: According to the 2015 Dell Security Annual Threat Report, SCADA attacks are on the rise.
It is not unreasonable for some organizations to dismiss the recent talk of SCADA attacks as nothing more than scare tactics.
SCADA attacks are on the rise, according to the 2015 Dell Security Annual Threat Report released this week.
"Since companies are only required to report data breaches that involve personal or payment information, SCADA attacks often go unreported," said Patrick Sweeney, executive director, Dell Security.
The majority of SCADA attacks were in Finland, the UK, and