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Lab Matters Webcast: Unraveling Stuxnet

In this latest edition of our Lab Matters webcast, senior anti virus resercher Roel Schouwenberg discusses the intricacies of the mysterious Stuxnet worm attack.

In this Q&A with security evangelist Ryan Naraine, Schouwenberg provides valuable insight into Stuxnet’s exploitation and propagation techniques, the use of multiple zero-day vulnerabilities, the security posture of ICS and SCADA systems and the possibility that this attack was financed and backed by a nation-state.

Lab Matters Webcast: Unraveling Stuxnet

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