US Power Company Fined $2.7 Million Over Security Flaws Impacting 'Critical Assets' 

An American power company has reached a settlement to pay an unprecedented $2.7 million penalty over significant security oversights that could have allowed hackers to gain remote access to the power provider’s systems.

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Source: Gizmodo – US Power Company Fined .7 Million Over Security Flaws Impacting ‘Critical Assets’ 

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