Today’s safety-related automation solutions are required not only to provide functional safety, but also to support cyber security. Network cyber attacks on plants are increasing. The interconnection of office IT and automation networks results in an open network architecture, thus increasing security risks within the automation industry. In addition, with cyber security, the completely unpredictable human factor plays a decisive role.
Key factors of safety and security
Technical measuers for security: Hardware level
Technical measuers for security: Operating System and Network Level
Technical measuers for security: Engineering Level
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