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specific recommendations for different security levels.
Security is rightly a concern when implementing IIoT technologies. At LiveWorx last week, Paul Roberts of The Security Ledger led a panel discussion on the growing security needed for sensitive medical devices.
RTI describes an IIoT DDS security model that enforces connections by authenticating endpoints and allowing only configured communications, plus four other oil and gas use cases.
Complete connectivity through Industrial IoT technology helps organizations connect and collect more data. Addressing security issues is especially important when sharing that data in critical infrastructures such as oil and gas and utilities.
IoT experts discuss government policing and network connectivity.
Connected manufacturing is great, but not if a hacker breaks in. Infineon Technologies’ Steve Hanna shared his cautions on security, along with three ways to fight back.
Glenn Longley from FreeWave Technologiges discusses details of industrial IoT applications and describes the power of IIoT data, how wireless fits into the IIoT space, and security considerations to keep in mind.
Though the recent Federal Trade Commission IoT report focused mainly on consumer issues, privacy and security concerns can’t help but also touch the Industrial Internet.
Control systems are at the foundation of today’s industrial applications, but attention needs to be taken when applying security to avoid compromising the system’s function and fundamental requirements.
Manufacturers must commit to building an agile and comprehensive digital certificate program.
A joint effort against a constant threat.
US Coast Guard video surveillance requirements gave BASF the business case it needed to justify installing plant-wide outdoor wireless coverage.
Protects critical communications in connected enterprises.
Covers exposures from ICS network/assets down to controller backplanes.
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What is the relationship between cybersecurity and business objectives?
Viewing industrial security as a puzzle that must be solved.
A strategic approach addressing platforms, data management and security issues.
Greater connectivity raises cyber security and other important issues
Better network performance and stronger security for increased data flexibility.
In the rush to connect business systems, many are doing so without a security background.
Implementing the proper plant security measures is not as hard as it might seem.
Nervous politicians are never a good thing. But that is what we had when the US Senate recently held a hearing on security around the Internet of Things.