Daily must-read: ICS system security for dummies

July 10, 2015
Here’s a summary of current best practices for defending against hackers.

In a recent post on the Siemens Totally Integrated Automation website, TheVault, it provides a Cliff Notes summary of the current best practices in defense of ICS systems. No lifetime of experience in cybersecurity required to get what you need to do. A lot of it is like diet and exercise. It’s not that hard really. You just have to exercise a lot of self-discipline.

Check it out to see how your ICS security measures up to the best practices. 

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