Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security
Critical Infrastructure and Cybersecurity in a New Age
Security is critically important for critical infrastructure systems. Now more than ever, is the time for cyber resilience to protect the safety and well-being of our countries and communities.
Weakness at your boundaries (Episode 4 Cisco Manufacturing Leaders)
Every new connection point is an opportunity. And a risk. Operational Technology (OT) needs to take ownership of cybersecurity. But Information Technology (IT) holds the keys to expertise. In an ideal scenario of a cybersecurity incident, IT stays in control, but OT teams can still get what they need, too.
Securing Access to Our Nation’s Critical Infrastructure
Threats to energy and utilities firms target enterprise IT networks - here is a breakdown of the most common attack scenarios and how to effectively mitigate against remote access risks.
Tackling the Growing Threat Landscape of ICS and the IIoT
It is no secret that the proliferation of connected devices and sensors has introduced new and growing security challenges across every industry and enterprise.
Laying the Foundation to Secure Critical Infrastructure
With the rising wave of global Digitization, Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are demanding more network connectivity and creating greater opportunity for scalable internet-based attacks. It’s more critical now than ever that the foundational building blocks of Industrial and Automation Control Systems (IACS) incorporate capabilities that can withstand today’s internet threats.