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Technology running the world’s critical infrastructure is increasingly at risk of cyber attack, according to research by Lloyd’s of London insurer Aegis London, writes Warwick Ashford at ComputerWeekly.com.

The study, conducted by BAE Systems, covers the evolution of cyber risk in the energy sector and its impact on critical infrastructure businesses in the UK, Europe, US and Canada.

Researchers found that state-sponsored cyber attacks are a serious and evolving threat to power and utility companies, Ashford writes.

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