Throughout the last decade, various threat groups have focused R&D capabilities on the ability to cause real-world, physical damage through the exploitation of cyber physical systems.  Capabilities are being included in offensive cyber-warfare strategies and have already been seen as preferential to traditional weapons strikes.  As attacker capabilities increase, we must also increase our awareness of the attackers and prepare defenses for when they come knocking.

This presentation will provide an overview of several incidents that have bridged the cyber-physical gap, resulting in real-world consequences to the safety and stability of physical systems.

Cyber Physical Damage

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