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Industrial facilities have been increasingly reliant on the industrial internet of things (IIoT), using devices to create more productive and efficient systems. As a result, however, the IIoT attack surface has also increased, particularly across critical infrastructures.
Our midyear security roundup highlights threats that made their mark in the first half of 2019, and provides security insights to help users and organizations determine the right solutions and defense strategies against them.
Innovations in critical infrastructure (CI) sectors have started augmenting traditional operational structures for “smart” facilitation, and more industries are expected to follow suit: According to Gartner’s research, 25% of on-site industrial assets will replace traditional assets with information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) assets by 2023.
Security has become a serious concern as more Industrial Control Systems and endpoints connect to enterprise networks, the internet, and cloud platforms. Operations managers and information security professionals still have much to learn about the security vulnerabilities and challenges resulting from the convergence of IT and OT networks.
Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices will comprise the majority of the billions of IoT devices deployed over the next decade. How will the information security market meet this onslaught of technology?
Industrial facilities increasingly rely on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to improve productivity and efficiency. Operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) have now become more connected than ever before. This convergence delivers many benefits, but also makes IIoT-supported systems far more susceptible to cyberattacks.
Industrial facilities have been increasingly reliant on the industrial internet of things (IIoT), adopting devices that make for more productive and efficient systems. Today, many manufacturing factories, energy plants, and even agricultural sites have hundreds of IIoT devices that help manage and streamline their operations.
The hacking group behind intrusions targeting facilities in oil and gas industries has started probing industrial control systems (ICSs) of power grids in the U.S. and the Asia-Pacific region ...
Trend Micro participated in the 2019 edition of Hannover Messe, which, with more than 6,000 exhibiting companies and over 200,000 visitors every year, is the world’s leading trade show for industrial technology.
As manufacturing companies continue to adopt Industry 4.0, many environments could still be falling short on security with outdated systems, unpatched vulnerabilities, and unsecure files that leave them vulnerable to attacks.
DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), a global leader in cybersecurity solutions, and Moxa, a leader in industrial communication and networking, preview their first jointly developed security offering.
In order to protect multi-tenant IIoT Platform which handles vital information such as plant operational status and parameters, Yokogawa was exploring the comprehensive cloud security solution with a proven track record of running on the Google Cloud Platform.
Radio frequency (RF) technology is being used in operations to control various industrial machines. However, the lack of implemented security in RF communication protocols could lead to production sabotage, system control, and unauthorized access.
Building smart factories is a substantial endeavor for organizations. The initial steps involve understanding what makes them unique and what new advantages they offer.
Yokogawa, a leader in the field of control and operation monitoring systems, recently deployed Trend Micro™ Portable Security™ 2 to protect their control systems from viruses that could ...