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National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) Industrial Control Systems

NCCIC ICS works to reduce risks within and across all critical infrastructure sectors by partnering with law enforcement agencies and the intelligence community and coordinating efforts among Federal, state, local, and tribal governments and control systems owners, operators, and vendors. Additionally, NCCIC collaborates with international and private sector Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) to share control systems-related security incidents and mitigation measures.       

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Control Systems Advisories and Reports

Alerts
Alerts provide timely notification to critical infrastructure owners and operators concerning threats to critical infrastructure networks.
 
Advisories
Advisories provide timely information about current security issues, vulnerabilities, and exploits.
 

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ICS-CERT Monitor
We provide this newsletter as a service to personnel actively engaged in the protection of critical infrastructure assets.
 

Other Reports
ICS-CERT Technical Information Papers (TIPs), Annual Reports (Year in Review), and 3rd-party products that ICS-CERT believes are of interest to persons engaged in protecting industrial control systems.

General Announcements

NCCIC Monthly Monitor

Recently Published

  • ICSA-18-317-01 : Siemens IEC 61850 System Configurator, DIGSI 5, DIGSI 4, SICAM PAS/PQS, SICAM PQ Analyzer, and SICAM SCC
    This advisory includes mitigations for an improper access control vulnerability in the Siemens IEC 61850 system configurator, DIGSI 5, DIGSI 4, SICAM PAS/PQS, SICAM PQ Analyzer, and SICAM SCC products.
    11/13/2018 - 10:35
  • ICSA-18-317-02 : Siemens S7-400 CPUs
    This advisory includes mitigations for improper input validation vulnerabilities in the Siemens S7-400 CPUs.
    11/13/2018 - 10:30
  • ICSA-18-317-03 : Siemens SIMATIC Panels and SIMATIC WinCC (TIA Portal)
    This advisory includes mitigations for a code injection vulnerability in the Siemens SIMATIC Panels software and SIMATIC WinCC (TIA Portal).
    11/13/2018 - 10:25
  • ICSA-18-317-04 : Siemens SCALANCE S
    This advisory includes mitigations for a cross-site scripting vulnerability in Siemens' SCALANCE S security appliance.
    11/13/2018 - 10:20
  • ICSA-18-317-05 : Siemens SIMATIC S7
    This advisory includes mitigations for a resource exhaustion vulnerability in Siemens' Simatic S7 controllers.
    11/13/2018 - 10:15
  • ICSA-18-317-06 : Siemens SIMATIC STEP 7 (TIA Portal)
    This advisory includes mitigations for an unprotected storage of credentials vulnerability in Siemens' SIMATIC STEP 7 engineering software.
    11/13/2018 - 10:10
  • ICSA-18-317-07 : Siemens SIMATIC IT Production Suite
    This advisory includes mitigations for an improper authentication vulnerability in Siemens' SIMATIC IT Production Suite software.
    11/13/2018 - 10:05
  • ICSA-18-317-08 : Siemens SIMATIC Panels
    This advisory includes mitigations for path traversal and open redirect vulnerabilities in Siemens' SIMATIC panels.
    11/13/2018 - 10:00
  • ICSMA-18-312-01 : Philips iSite and IntelliSpace PACS
    This medical device advisory includes mitigations for a weak password Requirements vulnerability in the Philips iSite and IntelliSpace PACS.
    11/08/2018 - 09:31
  • ICSMA-18-310-01 : Roche Diagnostics Point of Care Handheld Medical Devices (Update A)
    This updated medical device advisory is a follow-up to the original advisory titled ICSMA-18-310-01 Roche Point of Care Handheld Medical Devices that was published November 6, 2018 on the NCCIC/ICS-CERT website. This updated medical device advisory includes mitigations for improper authentication, OS command injection, unrestricted upload of file with dangerous type, and improper access control vulnerabilities in Roche's Point of Care handheld medical devices.
    11/06/2018 - 11:08
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