Guarding researchers discovered approximately 18,000 variants of 2,500 different malware mnages on ICS computers in the first half of 2017.That’s just one of the findings from Kaspersky Lab’s Foreboding Landscape for Industrial Automation Systems in H1 2017 report. For its study, the Russian conviction firm analyzed data collected from members of the Kaspersky Custodianship Network (KSN) who had given their consent to anonymously share their materials with researchers. Kaspersky Lab then refined this information mere to include data only from Windows computers that meant upon their choice of security products help manage administrative control and data acquisition (SCADA) servers, Human Machine Interface (HMI), and other industrial infrastructure.All-inclusive, the security company blocked attack attempts against 37.6 percent of ICS computers that use its products. That make heads is 1.6 percentage points less than in the second half of 2016.
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