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

Plus a look at what they’re doing to strengthen security going forward The Internet of Things (IoT) hasn’t just arrived – it’s exploding before our eyes. Every “thing” is now connected: think watches, doorbells, medical devices, vehicles, the list goes on. And

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

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is all about connecting machines, systems, and sensors to provide operational efficiency and other benefits to industrial applications, similar to the benefits achieved in the world of Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices

2021 saw several attacks on critical infrastructure, which resulted in the U.S. government pivoting to issue directives intended to address cyber protection and readiness. Unlike enterprise IT, OT organizations have little to no flexibility when it comes to downtime - availability is

What Is a Security Operations Center (SOC)? A security operations center (SOC) is a critical component of a threat containment plan to protect your business. According to a recent study, having a SOC improves your organization’s ability to contain any threats

Defending critical infrastructure environments requires 360-degree visibility into asset and network vulnerabilities Vulnerability management teams often face difficulties in patching all of their systems on a timely basis. This is true for traditional OT devices such as HMIs, PLCs, etc. But

A man in the middle attack occurs when a third party intercepts a digital conversation without any knowledge of that interception from the legitimate participants. This conversation can occur between two human users, a human user and a computer system

Artificial Intelligence, or AI, isn’t actually a new concept. In fact, it’s been around since the 1950s. The problem back then was that computers lacked the ability to store commands, so they could be told what to do but couldn’t