Biggest U.S. power grid operator suffers thousands of attempted cyber attacks per month

The nation’s largest grid operator just admitted how serious the cyber threat is to power infrastructure. After a meeting last week with President Trump’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council quarterly meeting, PJM Interconnection’s former CEO, Terry Boston, said the utility experiences 3,000-4,000 hacking attempts every month. Because of the severity of the problem, Boston wants to see Energy Department […]
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