Nuclear power plants are ripe for hacking due to a ‘culture of denial,’ new study warns

Following the Fukushima nuclear disaster in March 2011, there were calls throughout the industry to tighten safety standards at all atomic power plants around the world. However, according to a new review of the industry, cyber security was apparently not high on the list.

As reported by the UK’s Financial Times, nuclear power plant managers are engaged in a “culture of denial” about the risks of cyber attack, as many have failed to take adequate measures to protect themselves from hacking, the review found.

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