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The fundamental difference between these two kinds of networks is consequences: most often, the worst-case consequences of cyber attacks are sharply, qualitatively different on IT vs OT networks…
The Waterfall Unidirectional Security Gateway and how it has been applied at Oil & Gas production sites such as oil fields and offshore platforms.
The operational technology (OT) environments that power critical infrastructure face rapidly escalating cyber threats. As facilities like power plants, water treatment centers, and manufacturing plants connect operations to external networks, they expose vulnerable legacy OT systems. Attacks like TRITON, Stuxnet, and Industroyer demonstrate the damage hackers can inflict when they access operational networks. To protect themselves, organizations need OT security solutions exploring for industrial control systems.
In our everything-goes-digital era, the upstream Oil & Gas (O&G) industry finds itself at the crossroads of innovation and vulnerability. Securing O&G operations goes beyond the frameworks commonly addressed in IT security.
Introducing Waterfall Central: Come for simple remote monitoring of multiple devices, stay for operational awareness.
Andrew Ginter shares with us his top 5 favorite podcast episodes from the Industrial Security Podcast that he co-hosts
Managing OT Cyber risk takes on different approaches and expertise depending on the potential consequences of compromise to a particular system. This is why it is important to delve into the distinction and importance of an engineering-centric approach to managing OT cyber risk.