US Power Company Fined $2.7 Million Over Security Flaws Impacting 'Critical Assets'

March 14, 2018

According to an electronic filing, power regulators reached a settlement with an unidentified power company after a security researcher discovered more than 30,000 company records online unprotected by even a password. Regulators did not disclose the name of the company, which neither admitted ...



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