May 11, 2021Colonial Pipeline cyberattack reveals national infrastructure vulnerabilities, expert says
Colonial Pipeline, the operator of one of the largest fuel pipelines in the U.S., was taken down by a cyber attack. The attack underscores U.S. infrastructure vulnerabilities, according to cybersecurity expert Mike Chapple, teaching professor of IT, analytics and operations.
May 10, 2021What the ransomware pipeline attack says about U.S. infrastructure
Mike Chapple, cyber-security expert and information technology professor at The University of Notre Dame, was interviewed by WBUR Here & Now's Tonya Mosley about what the pipeline attack says about U.S. infrastructure vulnerabilities.
May 9, 2021Cyberattack on U.S. pipeline is linked to criminal gang
Mike Chapple, teaching professor of IT, analytics and operations and a former cyber security expert with the NSA, said systems that control pipelines should not be connected to the internet and vulnerable to cyber intrusions.
May 9, 2021Ransomware attack shuts down a top U.S. gasoline pipeline
"The fact that this attack compromised systems that control pipeline infrastructure indicates that either the attack was extremely sophisticated or the systems were not well secured," said Mike Chapple, cyber security expert and professor of IT, analytics and operations in an NPR piece.
May 8, 2021U.S. pipeline cyberattack forces closure
IT, Analytics and Operations professor and former cyber security expert with the NSA Mike Chapple was quoted in a Wall Street Journal piece about the cyber attack on a U.S. Pipeline.
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May 8, 2021Cyberattack on pipeline spotlights holes in U.S. energy security
"This pipeline shutdown sends the message that core elements of our national infrastructure continue to be vulnerable to cyberattack," Mike Chapple, IT, analytics and operations professor and former NSA cyber security expert, said in a Reuters piece.
May 8, 2021US pipeline company halts operations after cyberattack
Mike Chapple, teaching professor of IT, analytics and operations and a former computer scientist with the National Security Agency, said in an ABC News piece that systems that control pipelines should not be connected to the internet and vulnerable to cyber intrusions.
April 30, 2021Supervisors focused on others’ needs get more slack from employees
In the workplace, whether or not we believe that a supervisor has treated us fairly depends on a number of factors, including motive, according to new research by management professor Cindy Muir (Zapata).
April 27, 2021Thousands of U.S. post offices lose money. Should some be closed?
Management professor Jim O'Rourke was interviewed by NPR about the closure of unprofitable post office branches across the United States.
April 16, 2021Finding fulfillment through education
Management professor Brittany Solomon is quoted in a Teach Better article about finding fulfillment through education, saying "It’s good for people to be realistic about the career paths they pursue and what they ultimately value.”