From the Winter 2022 Issue

The Machine Industry and Control Systems: The National Security Risks with SCADA

Author(s):

Alan Cunningham, Independent Journalist, Truth Be Told

With any technological system, it can be susceptible to cyber-attacks or hacking measures by foreign or domestic actors for varying purposes. Within the United States, we have seen a large municipal city resort to pen and paper for daily tasks after a Ransomware attack, a breach of federal personnel information by hackers contracted by a … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

Hackers Are Laying Siege to Critical Infrastructure: Here’s How to Fight Back

Author(s):

Ahsan Siddiqui, Director, Product Management, Arcserve

Hackers are Laying Siege to Critical Infrastructure

Critical infrastructure is vital for the proper functioning of our society and economy. It is almost impossible to imagine life without a robust network of hospitals, airports, power utilities, and schools. While many people may take these services for granted, you can ensure that cyber-attackers understand how dependent we are on them. Thanks to the … Read more

From the Fall 2021 Issue

What is Cyber Leadership?

Author(s):

Diane M Janosek, Esq., CISSP, Senior Legal Advisor, WiCyS Mid-Atlantic

What is Cyber Leadership?

The Case Study of the 2021 Hacking of a Florida Water Treatment Plant We often hear “cyber” and often hear “leadership”. So, what is “cyber leadership” and how is it any different than leading any other senior position in business? First, let us define cyber as a noun with both tangible and intangible aspects.  Cyber … Read more