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Protecting Industrial Control Systems from Electronic Threats by Joseph Weiss

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Maroochy Wastewater Wireless Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Attack

Vitek Boden, a man in his late forties, worked for Hunter Watertech, an Australian firm that installed supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) radio-controlled sewage equipment (see Figure 14.1). Hunter Watertech installed radio-controlled sewage equipment for the Maroochy Shire Council in Queensland, Australia. Boden applied for a job with the Maroochy Shire Council, apparently after he walked away from a strained relationship with Hunter Watertech. The council decided not to hire him. Consequently, Boden decided to get even with both the council and his former employer. He packed his car with stolen radio equipment attached to a (possibly stolen) computer. ...

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