Articles Tagged: cyber attacks

The Cybersecurity Business Case: An Arduous Challenge – Part 2

In Part 1 of my previous blog, “The Cybersecurity Business Case – An Arduous Challenge”, I talked about the 3 key elements of a typical business case and the creation… Read more »

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The Cybersecurity Business Case: An Arduous Challenge – Part 1

The need for secure control systems is a growing priority for industrial applications.  Recent high profile cyber-attacks against critical infrastructure, coupled with the growing list of published equipment vulnerabilities, and… Read more »

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Cyber Security Regulations: Key to Managing Banking Industry Operational Risk?

Managing the banking and finance segment for Schneider Electric has taken me around the world over the past few years, and no matter where I go, from Hong Kong to… Read more »

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Cybersecurity Risk Management and Your Bottom Line

Cybersecurity Risk Management – A Blog Series: Part 1 In 2013 then US President Obama directed NIST to develop a framework that would become an authoritative source for cybersecurity best… Read more »

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A Tale of Two T’s

Carric Dooley has extensive experience leading comprehensive security assessments as well as network and application penetration tests in a wide range of industries across North America, Europe and Asia. As… Read more »

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Securing Power and Control: Solutions

As stated in my previous post, the threat of cyber-attacks on power and control systems is growing.  One factor is the wider proliferation of attack tools and techniques.  Aging power… Read more »

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Is securing a plant simply becoming too complex?

Being one of the most established control system companies has its advantages when watching the cybersecurity landscape evolve. Our technology has powered and protected some of the biggest and most… Read more »

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For Operational Technology (OT), Make Cyber Resiliency and Reliability of Operational Process and Assets Your Top Priority

Cyber attacks no longer focus only on stealing credit card numbers from banks. Disruption of core business processes via industrial control systems at manufacturing sites is also on the hacker… Read more »

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Cyber Security: Are your network intrusion systems in place for critical infrastructure protection?

Hackers are now beginning to target critical infrastructures such as power grids, water networks, and manufacturing SCADA systems. These cyber attacks are being generated from numerous sources including individuals, rogue… Read more »

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Cyber Security and Data Privacy – Avoiding the Element of Surprise

  Here’s an interesting snippet for you, purely anecdotal. As we do our groundwork about future product developments, especially where cloud or anything-as-a-service is concerned, the top of mind issues… Read more »

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The Seven Pillars of Cyber Defense

Think of all the ways to access your computer systems. The number has increased dramatically now that employees commonly use mobile devices or USB keys to connect. With so many… Read more »

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Cyber Security and Data Privacy – Avoiding the Element of Surprise

  Here’s an interesting snippet for you, purely anecdotal. As we do our groundwork about future product developments, especially where cloud or anything-as-a-service is concerned, the top of mind issues… Read more »

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Cyber Security: Are your network intrusion systems in place for critical infrastructure protection?

Hackers are now beginning to target critical infrastructures such as power grids, water networks, and manufacturing SCADA systems. These cyber attacks are being generated from numerous sources including individuals, rogue… Read more »

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Is securing a plant simply becoming too complex?

Being one of the most established control system companies has its advantages when watching the cybersecurity landscape evolve. Our technology has powered and protected some of the biggest and most… Read more »

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Enabling Business Through Safety, Security

Editor and Founder Gregory Hale has over 30 years in the publishing industry covering manufacturing automation for 10 years as the Chief Editor of InTech magazine. Prior to starting atInTech in 1999, Hale… Read more »

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A Tale of Two T’s

Carric Dooley has extensive experience leading comprehensive security assessments as well as network and application penetration tests in a wide range of industries across North America, Europe and Asia. As… Read more »

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Securing Power and Control: Solutions

As stated in my previous post, the threat of cyber-attacks on power and control systems is growing.  One factor is the wider proliferation of attack tools and techniques.  Aging power… Read more »

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The Cybersecurity Business Case: An Arduous Challenge – Part 1

The need for secure control systems is a growing priority for industrial applications.  Recent high profile cyber-attacks against critical infrastructure, coupled with the growing list of published equipment vulnerabilities, and… Read more »

1 Comment

Cyber Security Regulations: Key to Managing Banking Industry Operational Risk?

Managing the banking and finance segment for Schneider Electric has taken me around the world over the past few years, and no matter where I go, from Hong Kong to… Read more »

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Cybersecurity Risk Management and Your Bottom Line

Cybersecurity Risk Management – A Blog Series: Part 1 In 2013 then US President Obama directed NIST to develop a framework that would become an authoritative source for cybersecurity best… Read more »

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Cyber Security Regulations: Key to Managing Banking Industry Operational Risk?

Managing the banking and finance segment for Schneider Electric has taken me around the world over the past few years, and no matter where I go, from Hong Kong to… Read more »

4 Comments

The Cybersecurity Business Case: An Arduous Challenge – Part 1

The need for secure control systems is a growing priority for industrial applications.  Recent high profile cyber-attacks against critical infrastructure, coupled with the growing list of published equipment vulnerabilities, and… Read more »

1 Comment

Cyber Security: Are your network intrusion systems in place for critical infrastructure protection?

Hackers are now beginning to target critical infrastructures such as power grids, water networks, and manufacturing SCADA systems. These cyber attacks are being generated from numerous sources including individuals, rogue… Read more »

1 Comment

A Tale of Two T’s

Carric Dooley has extensive experience leading comprehensive security assessments as well as network and application penetration tests in a wide range of industries across North America, Europe and Asia. As… Read more »

1 Comment

The Seven Pillars of Cyber Defense

Think of all the ways to access your computer systems. The number has increased dramatically now that employees commonly use mobile devices or USB keys to connect. With so many… Read more »

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The Cybersecurity Business Case: An Arduous Challenge – Part 2

In Part 1 of my previous blog, “The Cybersecurity Business Case – An Arduous Challenge”, I talked about the 3 key elements of a typical business case and the creation… Read more »

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Enabling Business Through Safety, Security

Editor and Founder Gregory Hale has over 30 years in the publishing industry covering manufacturing automation for 10 years as the Chief Editor of InTech magazine. Prior to starting atInTech in 1999, Hale… Read more »

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Cyber Security and Data Privacy – Avoiding the Element of Surprise

  Here’s an interesting snippet for you, purely anecdotal. As we do our groundwork about future product developments, especially where cloud or anything-as-a-service is concerned, the top of mind issues… Read more »

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For Operational Technology (OT), Make Cyber Resiliency and Reliability of Operational Process and Assets Your Top Priority

Cyber attacks no longer focus only on stealing credit card numbers from banks. Disruption of core business processes via industrial control systems at manufacturing sites is also on the hacker… Read more »

Leave a comment

Securing Power and Control: Solutions

As stated in my previous post, the threat of cyber-attacks on power and control systems is growing.  One factor is the wider proliferation of attack tools and techniques.  Aging power… Read more »

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