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Connect: The Fourth Pillar of Industrial Cybersecurity

14
Dec
2021
Connect: The Fourth Pillar of Industrial Cybersecurity

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Recent attacks on U.S. critical infrastructure and actions by the U.S. government, including the July 28, 2021 National Security Memorandum, have added urgency to the need to modernize industrial control systems’ cybersecurity capabilities.

The status quo has done little to abate ransomware attacks and probes of infrastructure among critical industries, 90% of which are privately owned. So, although the memorandum stresses public-private partnerships and voluntary cooperation, the message is clear: Given our current level of vulnerability, owners and operators are expected to meet the performance goals outlined by NIST and CISA and implement technologies that bring visibility, risk management, and detection capabilities to control systems.

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