A fully connected enterprise requires a comprehensive approach to industrial security.
This approach includes policies and procedures that address people, processes and technology-related risks. A complex, interconnected system has its challenges. It is critical to understand the potential risks and start building an adaptive cyber strategy into your industrial automation control systems.
Industrial assets require a defence-in-depth security approach that addresses both internal and external security threats. A defence-in-depth security architecture is based on the idea that any one point of protection may be defeated. This approach uses physical, electronic, and procedural layers of defence, and applies the appropriate controls that address different types of risks.
Learn how to build a more secure industrial control system that reduces risk and enables more uptime in control systems. Join me and my guest, Axel Hammer, from EY, for five recommendations on how to manage potential cyber threats and to build a more secure industrial control system. Register now.