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May 16, 2006

Issue Highlights
- Using SCADA networks for video surveillance
- How to secure your batch control systems
- Byres and team leave BCIT

Using SCADA networks for video surveillance
This paper outlines a new technological development that protects against industrial process control system sabotage and attack on our nation's critical water system infrastructure. A new technique is introduced that allows transmission of video surveillance images over a wide area using low bandwidth networks.

How to secure your batch control systems
Batch security is not only becoming a critical concern for the industrial process control domain, but the IT technology infrastructure and business enterprise, too. This paper raises several key security concerns in batch manufacturing control system architectures and presents methods and suggestions for identifying and locking them down.

Security and compliance: Leveraging pacesetter experiences
This paper describes in detail each of the three main areas of concentration for industrial process control security — people, processes and technology — as well as the priority of developing and implementing a security philosophy that fosters a more knowledgeable plant security culture.

Byres and team leave BCIT

Benchmarking survey on Process Control: Earn a chance to win $100

Honeywell, Invensys recognized for industrial security practices


Enterprise transaction modules provide data security

SCADA modem provides military-grade protection


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June 11-15, Phoenix, AZ

ARC Forum
June 26-28, Boston, MA

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