The attack on Monday occurred during two days of record-breaking winter electricity consumption as temperatures dipped to below-freezing levels, the Jerusalem Post reports.
A Tel Aviv power plant in November. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
“I can tell you that the virus was identified and software was activated to neutralize it,” Minister of Infrastructure, Energy and Water Yuval Steinitz told a security conference in Tel Aviv on Tuesday. “This is a fresh example of what we need to be prepared to face at any time.”
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