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Oliver Jones
28 October 2021, 23:41

Smart cities will be a target for hackers, and councils need to be prepared, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has warned. Sensors and internet-connected devices may improve urban services, but could also be used by hackers and foreign states to disrupt or spy.

Spy bosses warn of cyber-attacks on smart cities - BBC News
Councils are being advised on how to protect infrastructure and citizens' data.
https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-57012725
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IoTSI Security Institute
28 October 2021, 15:05

Enhancing Cyber Resilience in Electricity Systems

Enhancing Cyber Resilience in Electricity Systems
 enhancing-cyber-resilience-in-electricity-systems.pdf
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John F
28 October 2021, 23:56

Thank you for sharing

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Alberto Manfredi
28 October 2021, 15:38

Thank you for sharing

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John F
27 October 2021, 13:25

Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) Attacks on the Rise: Are We Ready?

Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) Attacks on the Rise: Are We Ready?
Attacks on the SCADA systems that form part of our Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) are a very real threat to our modern way of living.
https://www.tripwire.com/state-of-security/ics-security/attacks-on-critical-national-infrastructure-cni-on-the-rise/
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Alberto Manfredi
27 October 2021, 10:16

Italy sets up cyber security agency after Russia warnings

Italy sets up cyber security agency after Russia warnings, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
It will need to "protect national interests and the resilience of services and essential functions of the State from cyber threats", a statement said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
https://www.straitstimes.com/world/europe/italy-sets-up-cybersecurity-agency-after-russia-warnings
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IoTSI Security Institute
25 October 2021, 13:53

15 FREE Australian Cyber Conference passes available to IoTSI Members. https://iotsi.io

As a Partner of AISA, the IoT Security Institute has been offered 15 free passes to the Australian Cyber Conference – virtual edition.

The conference runs from 15-17 November 2021. There are keynote presentations along with 2 live streams and over 60 hours of pre-recorded educational content.
Sessions are recorded (subject to speaker approval) and can be accessed for up to 3 months, so delegates can watch sessions at times that suit them.
For more information and to register for the conference please go to www.cyberconference.com.au

To obtain one of these free passes please email admin@iotsecurityinstitute.com and include your IoTSI members (IoTSI website) email and username.
The first 15 member requests will receive the iotsi access code required for free conference registration.

IOTSI members are also able to access registrations at the AISA member rate.

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