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MatrikonOPC Releases Security Gateway With Support For HDA
Congress passed legislation aimed to deter the unauthorized use of drones near chemical facilities and oil refineries.
The Chemical Industry Embraces Responsible Care
A Texas refinery beefed up its cybersecurity with the help of an outside service provider. The site now boasts encrypted communication, automated patching, continuous monitoring and special hardware to check USB devices.
A number of situations offer under-appreciated opportunities for getting insights from a process hazard analysis. These include divestitures and acquisitions, sites with multiple plants, joint-venture projects, and implementation of new technologies.
Rapacious Researchers Steal Secrets -- Two recent court cases highlight the peril from within facing the chemical industry.
Keep Your Facility Secure -- Get important information from our chemical facility security blog.
Properly Protect Your Plant's Perimeter -- Advances in security technology ease the task and make good business sense
Five key hurdles to security and compliance can complicate modernization efforts
The new head of the U.S. Chemical Safety Board details what the group now is doing and its plans for the future.
Updated Information Available For Siemens PCS7 WinCC Malware
Vanessa Sutherland, the new chairperson of the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board, has big plans for reinvigorating the organization.
This review is the last line of defense before bringing a new or updated process online. It ensures that important factors related to design, safety, installation, operation and training have been addressed adequately.
Honeywell launches software that provides cybersecurity to industrial customers who manage diverse process control networks, sites and vendors.
Siemens opens Cyber Security Operation Centers for the protection of industrial facilities, with a joint location in Lisbon and Munich and one in the U.S.
Registration is now open for the Chemical Sector Security Summit.
Stratix 5950 appliance extends IT security technology to the plant floor.
The power industry is susceptible to a variety of cyber threats, which can wreak havoc on control systems. Management, engineering and IT must commit to a comprehensive approach that encompasses threat prevention, detection and elimination.
More than 28 member facilities will receive 2014 Performance Improvement Awards for their outstanding commitment to continuous improvement in environmental, health, safety and security (EHS&S) practices at the Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates (SOCMA) 93rd Annual Dinner on December...
The Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association extends its e-learning program, initially created as a benefit of membership, to the wider industry.
EEMUA launches seven introductory e-learning programs.
Potentially Serious Threat Targets Control Systems
The International Society of Automation develops paper at the request of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
White Paper Addresses Vulnerabilities of Iconics Genesis Platform