As a result of the prolific use of automated mission critical equipment on remote assets in recent years has led to the need for cyber security systems and protocols to be addressed in full. The Cyber Security For Process Control Remote Oil & Gas Assets 2016 Initiative will therefore isolate common factors affecting operators at present to establish high quality solutions to cyber security for process control.
Most operators understand the systems and measures to secure refining and midstream automation technologies, but the huge rollout of infrastructure based on SCADA rather than DCS has resulted in cyber security issues that have left operators dealing with a multitude of competing factors that have intensified the level of threat posed from cyber attacks to the industry at large.
With the increase in use of mission critical automated equipment and SCADA systems and the increased threat of cyber attacks, cyber security for industrial process control must now be addressed in full. IT departments have been constantly receiving information about threats, but it is vital to ensure the same level of security on industrial process control systems.
Thoroughly researched with operators across North America, the Cyber Security For Process Control Remote Oil & Gas Asset 2016 has been engineered to focus on delivering the full spectrum of cost and time effective strategies to secure industrial process control systems, remote assets and remote means of communication to identify and neutralize the true risks for cyber security to the industry.
- Secure your network and rescue your vulnerabilities keeping critical data internal to your network, whilst keeping your control system safer from outside influences
- Takeaway solutions to decrease downtime, increase production and foster a secure work environment
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