Security teams can’t completely defend systems against sophisticated cyberattacks, but visibility into these threats helps minimize security risks.
On January 4th, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a National Terrorism Advisory bulletin warning of a potential cyberattack by Iran in the wake of a U.S. drone attack that killed a senior Iranian military commander.
Read Nozomi Networks experts take on the new reality of cyberattacks on U.S. interests.
Without visibility into your operational assets, you can’t answer three fundamental questions: what’s on your network, how are devices communicating, and is there anything connected to the internet that shouldn’t be?
To encourage more organizations to include OT and IoT assets in their security monitoring programs, we’ve released Guardian Community Edition (Guardian CE) – a free tool that provides visibility into these critical assets.
The mining industry is embracing digital transformation, but it comes at a cost: an increasingly connected operating environment exponentially expands the threat surface. This makes mining operations more vulnerable to cyber threats, and more difficult to protect against attacks.
Read on to learn about the three most common cyber threats facing the mining industry – and steps operators should take to deflect potential attacks.
The manufacturing environment is changing fast. Digital transformation promises substantial increases in productivity, speed and quality. Securing modern manufacturing is essential to safety and uptime.
Fortunately, guidelines such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework for Manufacturing and IEC 62443, along with advanced visibility and cyber security solutions, can help manufacturers build resiliency fast. Read on to learn how.