- The need for secure OPC communications
- Ways to secure your WLAN
- How to protect control networks
Control systems cyber security awareness
This White Paper is the first installment in a series intended to provide relevant cyber security information to the control systems community. It raises cyber security awareness through discussion of control system cyber security trends and provides information on Homeland Security and federal partner programs designed to enhance the cyber security posture of control systems within critical infrastructures.
The need for secure OPC communications
This paper presents a new technology that increases the security of data and the overall usability of the solution. It facilitates integration between and with production systems — from single plant system level through complex networks — while preventing cyber attacks and unauthorized users from gaining access to critical process control data and the systems that control production.
How to secure your wireless local-area network
The latest wireless standards and protocols provide significant security improvements compared with previous technologies. However, ensuring that your industrial plant is using wireless networking in a secure manner requires additional efforts. The best practices outlined here can greatly reduce — but not eliminate — the likelihood of an attack or unauthorized access to your network. Here’s what you must do to protect your WLAN.
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