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Attack on Pakistan Grid leaves 140 million without electricity

According to Skynews, “some 140 million people were left without electricity after a transmission line was attacked, knocking out the national grid.”

Power has been restored to much of Pakistan after more than 140 million people were plunged into darkness due to an apparent rebel attack on a key power line.

Up to 80% of the country’s population lost electricity in the early hours of Sunday and disruption was reported at Lahore’s international airport, but flights were not affected.

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The Cyber Senate announces two international Industrial Control Cyber Security meetings to address Critical National Infrastructure threats

  Key Government, Oil and Gas, Electric and Water Utilities have agreed to share  professional and collective insight at two conferences, being held back to back in London,  Kingdom and Sacramento California, to address security threats surrounding industrial  and process automation systems,…

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