Overview Problem: Control systems are vulnerable to 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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Our Blog Thoughts on cybersecurity for controls


Thoughts on Joe Weiss' TAMU Talk

Thanks to Joe Weiss for his excellent article that attempts to explain and clarify the differences between IT and ICS and the special cybersecurity needs of ICS, and how those needs are not being met by currently deployed cybersecurity technologies...


Triton-Trisis: Lessons in ICS Cybersecurity

By now most of you have heard about the new kind of cyberattack on industrial control systems (ICS) called variously Triton or Trisis. This threat goes beyond attacking the ICS primary systems and attacks the backup safety systems...


In Cybersecurity, as in Health, an Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

In cybersecurity today, a huge effort is put into detecting cyberattacks that occur on systems. Most often, these efforts detect the attack many months after it has begun or occurred. In other words, by then the damage has already been done...

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