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The convergence of the ICS and IT worlds provided many cost and efficiency benefits, however it also exposed ICS systems to the same Cybersecurity risks that IT systems suffer.
As cyber threats evolve, so do some great tools to combat viruses and malware in the industrial control environment.
Improved defence in depth postures for industrial control systems are needed urgently. Waiting for the next worm may be too late.
Organisations can realise the benefits of increased connectivity while also reducing the risk of cyber attack.
A balanced industrial network security framework must address both technical and non-technical element.
Honeywell is exhibiting developments in process automation and controls to help manufacturers across Asia-Pacific improve operational efficiency and reduce costs.
The workshop trains automation professionals on topics that will allow them to properly design and implement secure control networks and OPC architectures.
The ISA-62443 series of standards is designed to provide a flexible framework to address and mitigate current and future vulnerabilities in industrial automation and control systems.
The largest privately-funded museum in Australia has maximised its building automation capabilities and manages multiple complex systems from a simple single interface
New partnership combines ABB’s oil and gas SCADA platform with engineering and support from GlobaLogix on top of an encrypted and redundant cloud-hosted infrastructure that meets mission critical data centre standards
The Hirschmann 2013 Mission Critical Network Design Seminar covered a wide range of industrial automation and networking topics with applications across the process sectors.
With the rapid growth of bring-you-own-device, companies face the challenge of provisioning mobile devices for secure access to the network and scaling their WLAN solutions.
Designed years ago with a focus on reliability and safety rather than security SCADA and Industrial Control Systems products are often easy to exploit.
About 10 years ago, you wouldn’t have found many industrial control engineers asking questions about cyber security. Now, control systems are often the target of sophisticated attacks.
Security experts demonstrate hijacking vulnerability in Niagara AX-branded hardware and PC software sold by Honeywell’s Tridium division.
The partners will collaborate to offer customers seamless solutions to avoid gaps between different IT systems and across proprietary solutions.
The ConneXium Tofino products deliver a simple way to secure automation systems.
Industrial wireless standards incorporate a host of security features and are robust and secure enough to provide a valid solution for any industrial process application.
A new threat targeting infrastructure in the energy industry has been uncovered by security specialists.