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In the decade since the Stuxnet worm was discovered, multiple attacks that have been launched against operational technology (OT) networks including Shamoon, Havex, Wannycry, and Lockergoga. Looking back, a disturbing trend has emerged. Industrial attacks are being recycled. Consider LockerGoga, which crippled Norsk Hydro, one of the largest aluminum manufacturers in the world, in March […]

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Many organizations are moving away from using the network perimeter as a trust indicator when building and enforcing access policies for apps and other IT resources. An increasing number of enterprises have started implementing authentication solutions that perform user identity verification and device security checks for every access attempt regardless of user location, and data […]

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In my role, I’ve had the opportunity to meet with many Federal leaders, and it’s been my experience that security leaders have been viewed as being resistant to new ideas, viewing cybersecurity as a cost center rather than as a potential cost saver, differentiator or even profit center. But I’m seeing that perception change, and […]

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