Despite the fact that so many aspects of a modern society rely on the proper and uninterrupted operations of critical infrastructure, security flaws across many industrial control systems (ICSs) are largely vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
An attack on industrial organizations' networks could result in major disruptions, yet a new research report from Positive Technologies found that configuration flaws can allow an attacker to gain control over servers with relative ease.

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