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More than 40 experts from nuclear operators across 15 countries and several international organizations worked to develop practical steps to strengthen cybersecurity at nuclear facilities during the fifth meeting of NTI’s Cyber-Nuclear Forum earlier this month.
Van Dine argues that although Stuxnet was a precise weapon that targetted an illicit nuclear weapons program, it openned the door to future, indiscriminate attacks.
New NTI report identifies key priorities and actions needed to better secure nuclear facilities and outpace today's dynamic cyber threats.
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