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Indegy finds out when industrial controls go bad (think Stuxnet)

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    Israeli startup Indegy monitors devices on industrial control networks to detect when their configurations have changed as a way to know when the machines are compromised, an attack vector exploited by the Stuxnet worm that took down Iranian nuclear centrifuges.

    The company makes an appliance that attaches to span ports on the switches that industrial control devices are connected to. It monitors the control layers of the devices and traffic they send over the network in order to discover changes.

    + ALSO: Stuxnet reached its target via the networks of trusted business partners+

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