Safety & Security for Life

An archive of Schneider Electric security features, white papers, videos and more.

Lesson Learned: IT-OT Convergence

By Gregory Hale
Gary Williams knows one answer to the IT-OT security schism. Williams, the Schneider Electric Senior Director
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Securing Safety: Know the Risk

By Gregory Hale
One assumption about safety systems is they need to remain isolated from the control system, ensuring
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Security Evolution: New Approach Brings Dividends

By Gregory Hale
Spear phishing campaigns used in advanced persistent threat (APT) attacks and social engineering are gaining a
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Security from Executive Level

Security awareness is through the roof in the manufacturing automation sector and executive buy in is vital for any kind
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Standards for Productivity and Profit

Knowing Safety, Security Standards Help Executives Make Right Business Decisions
By Gregory Hale
One refinery was running a
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Establishing, Improving Safety, Security

By Gregory Hale
Maturity of safety systems has huge advantage over implementing a security program. Safety systems, once the
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Time for Cyber Security is Now

Cyber security breaches can cause worker injury, equipment failures, and unexpected facility shutdowns as easily as process safety incidents. Yet
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Enabling Business Through Safety, Security

By Gregory Hale
An oil platform stood silently awash in the Gulf of Mexico waves a short time ago
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Proactive Mgt. of Safety Systems Saves Lives, Time, Money

Continuously monitoring process safety systems during the life of a facility is key to a company’s success and safety. Companies
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Becoming More Proactive About Functional Safety

Companies need to build functional safety into every phase of their systems. When it comes to functional safety, high-risk manufacturing
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