The increasing digitisation of ICS means that now more than ever, CNI, Energy and Manufacturing organisations are vulnerable to potential cyber attacks. The many entry points pose a real risk, as they can all be used by malicious actors to enter the internal network and cause damage. Ahead of this year’s ICS Cyber Security conference, our lead sponsor Airbus Cyber Security shared their expertise on ways potential attackers can enter the internal network of an organisation and how best to prevent it.
Download this infographic to learn more about:
- The main weak points of a CNI/Energy/Manufacturing organisation
- The main entry points for a cyber attack in the following parts of an organisation: Supply Chain, employees, IT and OT networks, ICS system
- What measures can be put in place to prevent an attack in the following parts of an organisation: Supply Chain, employees, IT and OT networks, ICS system
The digitisation of networks has brought a fair share of risks for ICS to be cyber attacked. Download this interview from Professor Helge Janicke, Director of the Cyber Technology Institute at De Montfort University, who will be speaking at this year’s ICS Cyber Security conference, to learn more about:
- How organisations can best manage the risks associated with a digitised real-time data analysing system
- The current state of ICS instant response capability
- What is key in securing the digitised network connected to ICS and ensuring an effective incident response
Cyber security solutions are in place for industrial control systems, and yet the gap between OT and IT is not addressed, leaving a risk for organisations' cyber security. The challenge now is to mitigate it, by improving the communication between these two departments and assess who is liable for the cyber security.
Ahead of ICS Cyber Security 2018, we had the opportunity to discuss with Andy Oliver, current Project Manager for OT Cyber Security at a major pharma company and speaker at the event, on the need for a OT/IT convergence and what strategy organisations need to implement to ensure the digital safety of their organisation.
2016 saw cyber criminals continue to become ever smarter, more efficient and increasingly successful at penetrating industrial networks. Industrial control systems (ICS) operators reported more security incidents to their governing authorities than in any year to date. In this video, we talk to cyber security experts about the biggest problems they perceive in the arena now and in the near future, for the critical infrastructure that underpins so much of daily life.