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Topic - Christopher Campione
Stuxnet, the sophisticated computer worm that attacked industrial control systems over the summer, is a "wake-up call" about the vulnerability of factories and power plants to hackers and other cybersaboteurs, according to security specialists.
"The threat has become more real," Mr. Campione said. "It was kind of hypothetical. It's like being overweight — you know you are increasing your risk of a heart attack, but that awareness is not likely to change your behavior the way that actually having a heart attack would."
He said there was a range of responses to the worm within the small community of specialists on ICS.