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Ransomware against industrial entities increased by 500 percent from 2018 to 2020, a trend that is likely to continue into the future. External threats range from foreign nations to financially motivated cybercrime, and both look increasingly similar. Other threats may

The escalating reliance on technology and connectivity in industrial critical infrastructure has brought about efficiency and convenience. However, this efficiency and convenience exposes critical infrastructure to numerous cyberthreats and approaches, making robust cyber defense measures more important than ever. In the

Introduction to OT/ICS Security Reviewing the OT cybersecurity threat landscape from 2021 to 2022, we have observed that since the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis, the world’s reliance on networks and information systems has surged to unprecedented levels, with industries and

In today's interconnected world, the security of industrial control systems (ICS) is of utmost importance. The risk of software backdoors in the ICS software supply chain is a growing concern that needs to be addressed. In an upcoming session, experts

If there’s one thing every operator, plant manager and OT expert knows, it’s that downtime is never an option. While no company likes to have its IT systems and data on lockdown, there can be devastating consequences for an OT

Dave Purdy, OT Cybersecurity Specialist at TXOne, was recently interviewed by ARC’s Vice President, Cybersecurity Services Sid Snitkin at the 2023 ARC Forum, held in Orlando, Florida. We encourage you to view this valuable discussion, as they touched upon the

Following on from the first part of this article entitled, ‘Readying Industrial IoT Networks for Today’s Security Challenges’, which reviews the standardized way to approach security, this article goes through ways to protect against new and emerging threats. Protecting our valuables The

Cyber attacks can often seem like the opening scene of a science fiction movie. The mouse pointer starts gliding across a screen with purpose. A technician, looking up to review data on their monitor, sits motionless, frozen through the shock

In today's digital age, critical infrastructure industries rely heavily on operational technology (OT) and industrial control systems (ICS) to run their operations. However, these systems are often isolated through air-gapped networks, making OT personnel dependent on removable media devices to