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Another Israeli Cyber Sabotage Attempt on Iran’s Natanz Nuclear Facility?

On April 11, 2021, Iran’s Natanz nuclear power plant reportedly faced yet another “sabotage” attempt when a fire caused by an explosion severely damaged...

On ethics, morals, and information security

In the early noughties, the demand for IT professionals spiked in India. Becoming a software engineer and migrating to the United States was a...

Mikko Hyppönen is CISO MAG Cybersecurity Person of the Year (2020)

CISO MAG Cybersecurity Person of the Year recognition honors some of the biggest cybersecurity personalities. These are individuals who have, over the years, been...

Did a Cyberattack Cause Power Outage in India’s Financial Capital?

On October 12, Mumbai was crippled with a power outage that caused chaos and disturbance in the daily business. It was considered to be a...

Episode #2: Digitization and Cybersecurity in Fourth Industrial Revolution

Security in the Manufacturing domain has always been a concern. When product information, designs, blueprints, and research/test information is digitalized, the security of this...

Was it Stuxnet 2.0? Cyberattack on Iran’s Natanz Nuclear Facility

A fire broke out at Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility on July 2, 2020. The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) spokesman Behruz Kamalvandi, said...