Around 90% of OT organizations experienced an intrusion in the past year, 78% experienced more than three intrusions. As OT vulnerability gaps are growing daily, securing your critical infrastructure has never been more important.
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Cyberattacks aren't just an annoyance but have real-world effects. Case in point: ransomware attacks on Colonial Pipeline and on food processor JBS. IBM Security's Chris McCurdy discusses these developments and security scenarios emerging from the cyber-physical fusion.
Many of the principles for defending your IT environment apply to industrial control systems (ICS), supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems and other OT. But securing OT has additional complexities and considerations.
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Are You Prepared To Deal With Rising OT Cybersecurity Threats?
Critical Infrastructure organizations increasingly realize that downtime from cyberattack can be catastrophic. The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, for example, resulted in 5 days of downtime, millions of dollars in ransoms, recovery and federal...
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Attacks on Critical Infrastructure are on the rise. Organizations need to leverage modern industrial security practices to avoid preventable breaches and the costly downtime, damage and public safety risks they cause. This quick...
OT security has been at the center of the security conversation ever since the Colonial Pipeline attacks. Scott Flower, the founder of Pareto Cyber and a former global intelligence officer at FS-ISAC, discusses the challenges in OT security and where the industry needs to go.
Hacking group Gonjeshke Darande, or Predatory Sparrow in Persian, is claiming responsibility for hacking Iranian manufacturer Khouzestan Steel Company. The company shut down operations, but semiofficial Mehr News Agency reports that the factory is expected to return to normal by the end of today.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has begun issuing alerts about 56 flaws across operational technology equipment built by 10 different vendors. Researchers at Forescout Technologies say the flaws trace to poor design decisions by vendors.
Siemens is advising its SINEC NMS customers to update to version V1.0 SP2 or newer in order to prevent exploitation of vulnerabilities that could allow remote execution of malicious code. As an alternative, customers could just restrict access to affected systems to trusted IP addresses only.
Threats facing industrial control systems are well-documented, and as the Russia-Ukraine war continues, concerns are rising about reprisals aimed at poorly protected Western critical infrastructure, says Lionel Jacobs Jr., security architect for ICS and SCADA systems at Palo Alto Networks.
Critical infrastructure providers face a unique set of challenges when it comes to securing their environment from the cruciality of uptime to complying with new federal directives, according to Mark Cristiano, commercial director for Rockwell Automation's global services business.
As information technology - aka IT - and operational technology - aka OT - continue to converge, organizations must stay ahead of new security challenges and threats, says Mex Martinot, vice president and global head of industrial cybersecurity at Siemens Energy.
Former Rockwell Automation CISO Dawn Cappelli discusses the mission of the new Dragos OT-CERT - a cybersecurity resource designed to help industrial asset owners and operators build their OT cybersecurity programs, improve their security postures and reduce OT risk - and her role as its director.
In the ever-shifting cybersecurity threat landscape, IT risks have never been more prominent. But what about operational technology? Lesley Carhart of Dragos discusses OT vulnerabilities, how adversaries are taking advantage and why Dragos has launched a new OT CERT.
Forescout has agreed to purchase startup Cysiv to help OT and IoT customers analyze, detect and respond to threats using cloud-native data analytics. The proposed acquisition will make it easier for customers to mine and cross-reference data that's stored on Forescout's platform.