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Improving Security Posture Post-Pandemic

“The small to medium utilities in the water/wastewater sector are fighting more of an uphill battle than a medium or large one,” said Chris Grove, technology evangelist for cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks, “typically because they have a lot fewer resources to work with than a big city water facility that has millions of dollars.”

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Improving security posture post-pandemic in the water utility sector

“The small to medium utilities in the water/wastewater sector are fighting more of an uphill battle than a medium or large one,” said Chris Grove, technology evangelist for cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks, “typically because they have a lot fewer resources to work with than a big city water facility that has millions of dollars.”

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Intégrer la cybersécurité aux systèmes d’automatisation des bâtiments devient indispensable

Imperceptiblement, les bâtiments et installations sont chaque jour plus “intelligents” ; mais leurs avantages cachent souvent les menaces qu’ils apportent aussi, en particulier celle liée à la cybersécurité dans des systèmes toujours plus interconnectés. Le secteur des bâtiments intelligents fait face à certains défis spécifiques en matière de gestion des cyber-risques.

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Which certification should you get?

Good security personnel require understanding of the fundamentals of what they are trying to secure, so it would make sense for a network engineer to transition into a network security position or a security architectural position.

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Philips Working on Patches for Vulnerabilities Found in Medical Products

The flaws were identified by researchers at industrial cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks in Philips IntelliBridge, Patient Information Center iX (PIC iX), and Efficia CM series products. Advisories for the vulnerabilities were published last week by Philips and the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).

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Philips, CISA Warn of Medical Device Product Security Flaws

Federal regulators and Philips this week issued advisories pertaining to several security vulnerabilities identified in certain patient monitoring and medical device interface products from the manufacturer. Security researchers at Nozomi Networks identified and reported all of the vulnerabilities to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the advisories note. The products are used worldwide, CISA says.

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Known Cyber Threats to Be Addressed Listed by Security Agency

But some entities, such as those in critical infrastructure including water treatment plants and pipelines, may not be able to patch those known vulnerabilities, said Chris Grove, chief security strategist at Nozomi Networks, an operational and internet of things security company.

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Why cyber may define Biden’s first year in office

Edgard Capdevielle, CEO of Nozomi Networks said that despite the flurry of activity and initiatives since January, the U.S. by and large remains far too willing to tolerate threats like ransomware and set policy based on whatever latest incident hits the news.

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FBI takes down REvil ransomware gang

Edgard Capdevielle, CEO Nozomi Networks, said the efforts to destroy REvil’s infrastructure were an example of the US extending its tough physical reputation into space.

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