Using their “Cybersafety” methodology, Professor Stuart Madnick (left), graduate student Shaharyar Khan (right), and Professor James Kirtley Jr. (not pictured) identified several cyber vulnerabilities in a small power plant, including a system that poses a risk because it relies on software rather than mechanical safety devices to keep turbines from spinning out of control. Photo: Stuart Darsch

Protecting our energy infrastructure from cyberattack

MIT News Office | June 6, 2019

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