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The shortage of talent in technology and trades has led to an increase in outsourcing cybersecurity activities. When teams outsource security, they rely on external expertise and resources to maintain their security, but also give up control to a third-party.

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

In this conversation, the CEO of, George Gray, discusses the challenges of cyber security in Linux devices for IoT. He explains that Linux devices tend to be more complex and have more functionality than other types of IoT devices,

Network segmentation offers many benefits for businesses. Segmentation improves security by preventing attacks from spreading across a network and infiltrating unprotected devices. In the event of an attack, segmentation ensures that malware cannot spread into other business systems. Network segmentation

Welcome to the second month of 2023! February may be the shortest month of the year, but it doesn’t mean we are short on events. This month, we’ve curated the list, with the timeline of major events happening in February 2023

Industrial control systems are often insecure by design, and operational technology (OT) environments are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks. The increased connectivity between industrial and corporate networks, as well as the need for remote access for employees and third-party suppliers, only

Executive Order 14028 on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity was issued in May of 2021 and provided a roadmap for a series of regulatory initiatives that government agencies (and anyone doing business with them) should prepare for. Recently we’ve seen the

A good portion of existing operational technology (OT) networks were originally built during the air gap days, where isolation from other enterprise systems made for sufficient security. As digital transformation initiatives drive IT and OT networks towards convergence, the result

Connected Building Management Systems (BMS) definitely make a difference in terms of increasing operational performance, reducing energy and maintenance costs, and improving building health and safety. None of this could happen if it weren’t for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) like