Research shows 90% of US Infrastructure contains code from adversaries

The United States is under attack. Hostile nation-states have America’s critical infrastructure in their crosshairs. Highly desirable potential targets include America’s power grid and the military. And instead of coming by air, land, and sea, this new generation of fighters now has the potential to get into America via our own technology – including components used to build software coming from American companies. These components make up the software used in power grid substations, military facilities, and even by consumers in their homes.  

Starting in 2022, Fortress looked at roughly 900 kinds of software most used by electric power companies, including information technology (IT) products, used for network management, and operational technology (OT) products, used for business functions. This report will dive into the details provided by this new research and shed light on the potential risks hiding in the nation's supply chain.