Unless you've subscribed to the RSS you've probably missed all the cool stuff like a list of control systems ports (watch out for typos or other errors though on Bacnet and Modbus/TCP of all things!) that is on SCADApedia. Several years ago I can a remember a fairly high level official in a government critical infrastructure protection group commenting that this sort of information should not be made public and of course I would guess that over 75% of the "real SCADA Security experts" (you know the ones that come out of an automation background, hold a PE, use the term "Cyber Security" without a trace of irony) would think this sort of information is dangerous. Or how about the members of the upcoming PCSF Panel on Vulnerability Disclosure (I ran the first one back in 2006 which led to some controversy).
It will be interesting to see how much (or how little) things have changed since then.