Posts Tagged ‘oil and gas’

ICS Components Still Connected to Internet

Organizations likely have ICS components connected to the Internet that could allow attackers to launch an assault against critical infrastructure
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PSM Failure for KS Chemical Maker: OSHA

Kansas City, Kansas-based Harcros Chemicals Inc., is facing $80,000 in fines for 14 serious safety violations for violating process safety
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Physical Security Meets OT

By Nate Kube
Several years ago, the key word used by security pundits was “convergence.” And, although different marketers
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Intrinsically Safe Personal Noise Dosimeter

A wireless noise dosimeter, developed by Casella, gained Intrinsic Safety certification for use in industries that operate in highly explosive
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Japan’s Critical Infrastructure Under Attack

It is easy to work and live in a vacuum and think security issues exist only within your realm, but
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SAP Mfg Industry Hole Patched

SAP released patches to mitigate 16 issues, including 13 rated at “high severity.” The most common types of flaws patched
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Wurldtech Releases Network Security Offering

Wurldtech launched a security solution called OpShield which replaces the Achilles industrial firewall, which the company introduced in October 2014.
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GAC: New Tricon System Released

By Gregory Hale
Acknowledging safety is a vital area moving forward and knowing users need a smaller, smarter and
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Iran Targets Critical Infrastructure

Iran is targeting at least 50 companies and government organizations, including critical infrastructure, a new report said. While the attacker
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Siemens Mitigates Critical Vulnerabilities

Siemens released software updates to address two critical vulnerabilities in its SIMATIC WinCC supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system,
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