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Integrate or Isolate for Industrial Security?

Posted December 29, 2011 7:13 AM

In 2010, Stuxnet made it clear to everyone that industrial control systems were vulnerable to cyber threats. Some manufacturers assert that isolation of critical control systems from business systems and the Internet is the best strategy for industrial security. Others propose that enterprise integration with common sense security delivers security and visibility, efficiency, and control of energy consumption. Is enterprise integration practical? To what extent should it be implemented?

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12/29/2011 11:01 AM

Should be physically isolated from other non-industrial networks, like office network. Wifi SCADA on smart phone a big security concern of mine. Reference: http://www.bin95.com/Industrial-network-security.htm .

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