Questions surround nuclear plants' cybersecurity amid hacks
July 16, 2017
LACEY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Computer hackers, not content with mucking around with U.S. commerce and elections, have trained their sights on nuclear power plants, prompting questions about cyber security at Oyster Creek.
Industry officials and federal regulators say there's nothing to fear, but experts say there is cause for concern, including from the harm that could be caused by cyberattacks on the electrical grid upon which power plants depend.
In recent weeks, hackers tried to — and in at least one case succeeded — in penetrating the firewalls and digital protections of administra...