Tag Archives: OT and IT Integration

NIST Situational Awareness for Electric Utilities

Situational awareness is the “voodoo” art of how to piece information together and provide a coherent picture of the true threats to your environment. NIST recently released a draft version of NIST SP 1800-7, Situational Awareness for Electric Utilities, which …Read More

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2 Critical Considerations for Integrating OT/IT Technology

OT/IT Integration success can be attributed to three key elements: people, process, and technology. The integration of OT and IT environments is a challenging project for any organization. To help bring simplicity to this complex undertaking, an OT/IT integration can …Read More

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Why Process Is Essential for OT/IT Integration Success

IT/OT Integration success relies on alignment of people, process, and technology. Industrial control systems typically weren’t designed to be connected to the internet, so they weren’t built with cybersecurity capabilities to ward off hackers. –How to prevent hackers from taking …Read More

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3 Essential Elements for IT/OT Integration Success

IT/OT Integration success can be attributed to three key elements: people, process, and technology. According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, operational technology (OT) operators were the most targeted sector of industrial cyber-attacks in 2015, making IT and OT integration …Read More

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Top 10 Identity Management & Cybersecurity Articles, August 2016

Every two weeks we curate the top Identity Management and Cybersecurity articles from around the industry. Today’s digest covers topics from OT/IT collaboration to DDoS and ransomware to biometrics and digital identity. Check out these 10 must-read IAM and cybersecurity articles from …Read More

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