From: Government Technology
Cyberthreats to utilities could result in a prolonged loss of electricity and water, evaporation of company records and breach of customer privacy, a report to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy cautioned.
by Stephen Singer, The Hartford Courant
Still, numerous problems need to be addressed, the report said. State officials and the utilities said the impact of a loss of service to Connecticut is not well understood and utilities need to increase their attention to response and recovery planning for a major cybersecurity attack.