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4 Things to Know About Nuclear Plants and Cyber Security

As the New York Times reported last week, as-yet unnamed hackers have been attempting to infiltrate the computer networks of U.S. energy facilities since May. The attempted attacks included the corporate network of a commercial nuclear plant. Bill Gross, NEI’s director of incident preparedness, shares with Nuclear Energy Overview his expertise on how the U.S. nuclear industry protects itself from cyber threats.

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