Cisco Industrial Security
Optimize and secure transit fleet management with visibility to connected devices and secure remote access
View, monitor, and troubleshoot all bus systems with a new cloud service.
Why Manufacturers duplicate IPv4 addresses and how IE switches help solve the issues
Industrial Automation and manufacturing use sophisticated machines with duplicate IP Addresses. Layer 2 NAT on Cisco IE switches can solve this problem.
Securing your operations? Don’t forget your hardware
Security is built into the complete lifecycle of Cisco’s entire industrial networking portfolio. Learn about the IEC 62443 - a comprehensive framework for best practices to achieve robust industrial cybersecurity.
Future Mobility Campus Ireland accelerates innovation in smarter, safer, more sustainable transportation
FMCI and Cisco create an architecture that enables FMCI to deliver the cutting-edge scenarios their customers need.
Benefits and challenges in deploying Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC)
Legacy fixed block signaling systems can no longer meet the increasing demands. Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) achieves maximum capacity while maintaining safety requirements.
The Bridge to Secure Modern Port Operations
In today’s digitally-enabled ports and terminals, yesterday’s old security perimeter is insufficient. Adopting a zero trust security strategy is necessary to successfully modernize port operations.
Investing in Secure Maritime Operations: Cisco at “Hack the Port 22”
The resounding message is clear: port and terminal operators, who are undertaking much-needed digital modernization efforts, must simultaneously implement improved cybersecurity capabilities that are designed and “built-in” to the industrial network infrastructure from the start. By connecting more equipment, devices, people, applications and embracing greater digitization, global port operators are realizing improved results – including […]
Mitigating new Industroyer2 and Incontroller malware targeting industrial control systems
Advanced persistent threat actors have unleashed new malware to gain full system access to industrial control systems.