A Vermont power company discovered malware on one of its laptops that has been identified as coming from the Russian group "Grizzly Steppe." A Vermont public service representative stated the laptop was not connected to the power grid, and that the grid was never accessed by the cybercriminals.
Since the Russian hacker's breach into emails of the Democratic National Committee, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), along with the FBI, has been busy evaluating Russian attacks on other organizations. As part of their report, they released a section of the malicious code found on the laptop, telling others to watch out for such code on their systems. Adam Westlake "Russian-linked malware found on electrical company computer," www.slashgear.com (Dec. 31, 2016).