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Phoenix Contact Clears FL SWITCH Holes

Phoenix Contact has firmware upgrades to mitigate command injection, information exposure and stack-based buffer overflow vulnerabilities in its FL SWITCH
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GE Releases PACSystems Firmware

GE released new firmware to mitigate an improper input validation vulnerability in its PACSystems CPE305/310, CPE330, CPE400, RSTi-EP CPE 100,
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New Charter of Trust Members

By Gregory Hale
Four more companies just joined the industrty-wide cybersecurity-focused Charter of Trust. The four companies, Dell Technologies,
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Hole in Medtronic Clinician Programmer

Medtronic is working on an update to fix a missing encryption of sensitive data issue in its N’Vision Clinician Programmer,
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Advantech Clears Multiple WebAccess Holes

Advantech released a new version to mitigate multiple vulnerabilities in its WebAccess, according to a report with NCCIC. The remotely
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Email Encryption Standards Very Hackable

The two most common email encryption standards were vulnerable to attacks, researchers found. The attack, called Efail, proved successful in
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Exida Launches Security Certificate Program

Functional safety, cybersecurity, and alarm management provider for the process industries, exida, launched an extensive CSP (Cybersecurity Practitioner) Program developed
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Employee Safety: Suterra a SHARP Graduate

Suterra LLC knows you don’t settle for “good enough” in order to make advances in the safety and health for
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Brick Maker Becomes a Star for Safety

Glen-Gery Brick’s Mid-Atlantic Plant earned a “Star” certification for its worksite for its excellence in workplace safety. This certification is
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MatrikonOPC Patches Hole in Explorer

MatrikonOPC has a patch to mitigate a files or directories accessible to external parties vulnerability in its MatrikonOPC Explorer, according
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