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The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) is like the advent of the Internet all over again. From the perspec- tive of new business models and process transformation, IoT applications are perhaps even greater than what the Information Superhighway

A SolarWinds-style cyberattack happened back in in 2013-14 that affected big government agencies and thousands of companies. What should we have learned from the Dragonfly/HAVEX attack? Software Infiltration A cyberattack group called Dragonfly attacked power plants and industrial sites, employing a very

Manufacturing organizations manage expensive and sophisticated equipment at their factories—and the systems that run the machinery are increasingly being connected to the internet. The cybersecurity implications of this trend are significant, including possible threats to physical safety, and in some

Last month, a major water utilities firm in the UK revealed plans to move a significant part of their SCADA system to the cloud. This is one of the most high-profile transitions of OT to managed cloud services to date. Though moving Industrial

In late October 2020, the US Federal Government announced plans to impose sanctions on a Russian research institute that has been linked with cyber-attacks. The institute is alleged to have played a part in building the customized tools used in the TRITON

Industrial and ICS Cybersecurity is a hot topic in the IoT context. Recent market research shows, IoT Devices of nearly 80% of manufacturing organizations experienced a cyberattack, costing $300K on average. Cybersecurity has also been slowing IoT adoption in the

The adoption of new technologies in oil and gas facilities is a dual-edged sword. On one side, there are the obvious benefits of implementing industrial internet of things (IIoT) devices to improve efficiencies and reduce operational costs. On the other

Cue the music for the big reveal (Duhn Duhn Duhnnnnn)!!! As we approach the end of 2018, you will undoubtedly begin to see lots of articles and posts on the year in review, predictions for what the future brings, and more. So…

With data being the “new oil,” now more than ever it needs securing.  This is especially true when it is coming from the manufacturing floor and as part of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). A single successful cyber attack on the IIoT