An Energy Company’s Approach to Proactive Critical Infrastructure Security

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Recent headlines show that threats to critical infrastructure are accelerating. Adversaries’ offensive capabilities currently exceed industry’s traditional defenses, creating a need to increase plant security while keeping pace with modern business demands.

When computers were first used to run Operational Technology (OT), systems like valves, pumps, and actuators were analog and isolated. Since they couldn’t be remotely reached, operators saw no need to put security infrastructure in place.

Read Owl Cyber Defense’s Brian Romansky’s full article on Security Management Magazine