Kaspersky to develop security solution for energy sector
- Middle East: Thursday, October 18 - 2012 at 05:53
Kaspersky Lab has said it is developing a secure operating system to run computers inside nuclear power plants and other vital infrastructure and industrial plants, Reuters has reported. The system is currently at the prototype stage, with the Moscow-based company in talks with government institutions about installing the new operating system, said the company's founder and CEO, Eugene Kaspersky. He declined to identify any, saying the talks were confidential. "After Stuxnet, the attacks on Aramco and other incidents, governments and enterprises are listening," he said.
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