Problem Control systems are vulnerable to network cyberattack

  • Control systems are the new target for cyberattack.
  • The damage of a succesful cyberattack is immediate and lasting.
  • A successful attack may cause harm, or even death, to personnel.
  • Traditional IT/Data cybersecurity methods are poorly matched to controls.
  • Cyberattacks must be prevented from succeeding.
  • "Detect and remediate" is too late for control systems.
  • Controls are connected to the Internet, exposing them to attack.
  • APTs move laterally through the network, expanding the attack.
  • Fortunately, we now have a solution.
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Cybersecurity for Embedded Devices Needs Cybersecurity development Tools

Cybersecurity is now a primary requirement for all embedded devices. Connecting devices to the Internet only makes this requirement a higher priority, as this opens up the devices to network cyberattack, which is the greatest cyberthreat.


Embedded Developers Need to Include Cybersecurity in Their Designs

Embedded products are becoming ubiquitous in our world. Furthermore, they are being connected to the Internet in increasing numbers. This connectivity provides greater functionality that people want, but connectivity also leaves these same devices vulnerable to cyberattack.


Hardening Needs to be the First Line of Cyberdefense

Computer systems have been the target of cyberattackers for many decades now, with a rapid increase in attacks seen over the last decade. But why are computer systems the target of cyberattack, or more specifically, why do cyberattackers make the effort

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