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The accelerating transition to digital transformation, with much data and information being processed on the cloud, has opened up exciting new business opportunities, but it has also increased the risk that manufacturing companies may suffer in terms of security. Cyber security

Understanding Operational Technology (OT) Operational technology (OT) uses hardware and software to manage industrial equipment and systems. OT controls high-tech specialist systems, like those found in the energy, industrial, manufacturing, oil and gas, robotics, telecommunications, waste control, and water control industries. Industrial

Some of the OT security best practices for implementing a reliable protection system include: Network mapping and connectivity analysis Detection of suspicious activities, exposures, and malware attacks Implementing a zero-trust framework Aligning the right remote access tools Controlling identity and access management (IAM) Network Mapping

September is here. It's not the new year, but it's a new season. I guess it’s time to say goodbye to summer and hello to autumn! For this month, we’ve curated the list – and timeline – of IIoT and ICS

The cybersecurity world is currently grappling with a significant labor shortage. And that’s a problem with deep impacts. In fact, the Department of Homeland Security has cited the cybersecurity labor shortage as a major national security threat. The Washington Post notes

The rapid adoption of cloud computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) is ushering in billions of connected devices that, left unsecured, represent a significant risk to businesses and consumers. Connected things include a variety of IoT endpoint devices across

As attacks against OT systems increase, so does the need for secure SD-WAN. Learn what it takes to gain visibility, control and awareness. Experts are predicting that there will be an increasing number of attacks against critical infrastructure and operational technology

Since the introduction of Modbus in the late 1970s, network protocols for critical infrastructure and industrial automation have continually evolved. It’s only been in the past few years, though, that we’ve seen things go from slow evolution to seismic shift. As

Ransomware attacks against operational technology (OT) are increasing, spurred on by the convergence of IT and OT networks and the accessibility of attack kits available on the dark web. Over the last two years, the range of targets that represent operational technology