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The Dept. of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team provides resources and services that can form the basis for cyber-security planning and improving industrial automation systems.
Industry Gets Cyber-Security Reality Check -- Stuxnet attack points up vulnerabilities of control systems.
Security issues can impact functional safety. Simultaneously applying relevant standards for security and safety offers a viable way to align the two. This requires adopting and properly implementing three guiding principles.
We Must Improve Safety and Security -- Better performance demands more than add-on equipment and software.
Build Better Cyber Security -- A three-step approach is key to enduring protection.
An encounter at a soccer game provided an opportunity for a cyber security expert to share some best practices with a process engineer at a large chemical plant in Texas City. The key message: take a holistic approach.
More than a dozen federal agencies are working on cyber-security activities that affect industry. Realizing that these efforts fall into only five categories leads to a better understanding of the government’s policymaking.
Today, cyber security involves more than warding off intrusion onto wired networks. Jamming devices can cripple wireless systems while drones can disrupt such networks, spy and even cause damage. So, plants must address this new reality.
On-Demand Webcast: CFATS: Controlling Security Costs & Latest Regulatory Updates
With the new high risk chemical facilities federal anti-terrorism regulations, its time for the chemical industry to ratchet up its cyber-security efforts. Theres a surge in interest in cyber-subjects such as security certification, defense-in-depth strategies, risk-based planning and ...
With the last of mandated security deadlines now approaching, plants ponder future steps. Read about all of the improvements and procedural changes that have already occurred and find out what might be next for your chemical plant's security plan.
The emergence of relatively low-cost drones is adding a new dimension to plant security and safeguarding intellectual property and assets.
Plant Security Deserves More Attention -- Government mandates and industry self interest are fostering progress.
Strengthen Your Cyber Security -- Take a number of steps to achieve a comprehensive and robust plan.
New anti-terrorism standards require the Department of Homeland Security to identify and regulate "high-risk chemical facilities." These facilities will be subject to a security vulnerability assessment. Where does your plant fit in with these new standards?
Federal actions undoubtedly will markedly impact the chemical industry. Nevertheless, we dont know at this point whether federal chemical security legislation will happen in 2006.
Consider an Alternative Security Program -- Such an approach may save time and money and provide better protection from all kinds of threats.
On-Demand Webcast: CFATS & MTSA Security: Tips & Regulatory Updates -- View this on-demand event to hear from industry professionals who have assisted companies with compliance at many Tier 1-4 CFATS sites, as well as MTSA sites.
Many process control engineers and IT technicians are still learning to communicate with each other, but some are sitting down to define roles and divvy up security responsibilities to give their applications and organizations some much-needed peace of mind.
Security threats to control system networks are a fact of life. See these tips and techniques culled from end users and vendors on how you can keep the Barbarians at bay.
Certification program for process operations security revealed at Knoxville event.
Avoid the basic errors in cyber security strategies that many chemical companies are making
Take advantage of some pointers from Security Professionals
Take advantage of some pointers from security professionals
Effectively Meet Chemical Security Mandates -- Proper preparation can go a long way toward easing compliance challenges.