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SCADA Cyber Attacks and Security Vulnerabilities: Review

@inproceedings{Fiaidhi2012SCADACA,
  title={SCADA Cyber Attacks and Security Vulnerabilities: Review},
  author={Jinan Fiaidhi and Yvette E. Gelogo},
  year={2012}
}
SCADA plays a vital role in critical infrastructures. As the modern IT technology become very advanced, the threat on industrial control system (ICS) and SCADA security become a big concern of every critical infrastructures operator. With the recent cyber-attacks, the urge to secure the critical infrastructure is a big issue especially for those countries that uses critical infrastructures. In this paper, we discuss the recent cyber-attacks that became threat to SCADA systems. Give some updates… 
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