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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.
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.
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.
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 ...
Strengthen Your Cyber Security -- Take a number of steps to achieve a comprehensive and robust plan.
Avoid the basic errors in cyber security strategies that many chemical companies are making
Report: Remote Access To Control Systems Is Cyber Security Risk -- Findings show 35% of incidents were initiated through remote access.
As companies and industries increasingly rely on technology, security risks become greater. With growing numbers of Windows machines and increased scarcity of skilled technical resources, a “perfect storm” of cyber threats in production facilities is looming.
Threats to plant networks have become more sophisticated, necessitating the continual evolution of cyber security efforts. Hardware, particularly unidirectional security gateways, can play an important role in ensuring security.
American Chemistry Council Releases Cyber Security Guidance Documents
Understand the impact of the cybersecurity skills shortage and do your best to take proactive measures.
Automation vendors note most malware infections arise from inadvertent or deliberate actions of people (staff, contractors, etc.) on a site. So, plants are ramping up efforts to protect themselves from such threats as well as those posed by physical incursions.
Chemical makers are now hyper aware of potential attacks on their systems. Fortunately, vendors continue to introduce products and services to better address vulnerabilities.
Countermeasures to protect control systems increase as more vulnerabilities surface.
Today, most plants with control systems must contend with many pressures both to allow access to data and to secure those data.
Control system assessment provides a baseline of the user’s current security position.
PAS Global LLC is named the Frost & Sullivan 2018 North American Technology Innovation Award winner for its ICS cybersecurity software, Cyber Integrity.
Invensys Earns Achilles Cyber Security Certification
Software protects connected operations from cyber threats.
Honeywell CyberVantage helps customers identify security weaknesses.
Invensys Solution Advances Industrial Cyber Security
ISA99 Plans Working Group on Cyber Security and Safety in Industrial Processes