By Lisa Haven
America is on the brink of war and rumors of a North Korean or Russian cyber attack are on the list of possible scenarios that could play out on U.S. soil. Multiple government officials have warned of such threats in the past, and now it seems only a matter of time before someone targets the American grid.
Shockingly, a document constructed in August 2016, just before the “war” officially broke out, has just surfaced. The trouble with this document is that it portrays the venerabilities in the power grid and lists both North Korea and Russia as our biggest threats to the grid. The report is titled, “Cyber Threat and Vulnerability Analysis of the U.S. Electric Sector,” and while it was not written by a government agency directly, it was written FOR them by the Mission Support Center National Laboratory.
All that and more in this CRITICAL report…