AISA National Conference 2010

Dec 3, 2010

Information security experts gathered in Sydney on November 30 to attend the Australian Information security Association seminar day. SC Magazine was the media sponsor.

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Telstra CISO Glenn Chisholm outlines the problems faced by the telco when it comes to attributing the source of an attack. He says there's only so much a company can do, the rest is up to law enforcement. Chisholm estimated the cost to construct the Stuxnet worm that infected SCADA systems and Siemens-based nuclear reactors was about $300,000.  
 

Telstra CISO Glenn Chisholm outlines the problems faced by the telco when it comes to attributing the source of an attack. He says there's only so much a company can do, the rest is up to law enforcement. Chisholm estimated the cost to construct the Stuxnet worm that infected SCADA systems and Siemens-based nuclear reactors was about $300,000.

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