Director of Cyber Security Insights, Verve Industrial Protection, Florissant, Mo., AS Information Technology & Applied Systems, Vancouver Island University, BS Technology, Security & Network Administration, British Columbia Institute of Technology, MS Computer Science, Concordia University
It’s hard to know how much cybersecurity spending is enough to lower risk to an acceptable level. What is enough and what else is needed? A cybersecurity risk assessment (CRA) can help. Four tips are highlighted.
A suite of algorithms has been developed to improve the performance of cyber-physical systems by balancing each component’s need for data with how fast that data can be sent and received.
More workers are forced to work remotely due to COVID-19, but cybersecurity prevention and training is lagging behind.
Simple strategies to achieve the most value from cyber risk assessments. Three strategies for operations technology (OT) teams to avoid while performing assessments are highlighted.
Cybersecurity advice about process, technologies, people (internal) and external threat resulted from the Control Engineering 2020 Cybersecurity Research Report. See graphic of technologies and services used online.
Forward-looking organizations realize they need the same level of aggressiveness to protect assets as they have done for COVID-19 risk reduction. A three-pronged strategy on securing essential infrastructure is highlighted.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution has brought innovation and advanced technology, but it has also made these systems increasingly vulnerable. Industrial-grade cybersecurity is recommended.
Improving the process of patching code in vulnerable embedded systems is a major cybersecurity concern because much of the code currently running is vulnerable to hackers.
More than 70% of industrial control system (ICS) vulnerabilities disclosed in the first half of 2020 can be exploited remotely according to a report by Claroty.