Cyberattack Disrupts Trains in Denmark

Eduard Kovacs reports:

According to Danish broadcaster DR, all trains operated by DSB, the largest train operating company in the country, came to a standstill on Saturday morning and could not resume their journey for several hours.

While this may sound like the work of a sophisticated threat actor that targeted operational technology (OT) systems in an effort to cause disruption, it was actually the result of a security incident at Supeo, a Danish company that provides enterprise asset management solutions to railway companies, transportation infrastructure operators and public passenger authorities.

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