With cybersecurity a rising concern, ITS stakeholders often focus on how cybersecurity technology will improve in the future and the direction it will take. Policy makers, planners and elected officials who represent towns and cities considering an ITS may even weigh the benefits of making such an investment today against the possibility that a foolproof cybersecurity technology will emerge that shields their ITS from harm. However, the time for taking action in the networked world of ITS is now.
Operators across numerous industry verticals are migrating their ICS networks from serial communications to Internet Protocol (IP)-based communications. The integration of OT and IT networks offers significant enhancements - remote monitoring, remote control, performance, reliability and other operational advantages - along with threats. For critical infrastructure industries such as Electric Utility, Oil & Gas and Intelligent Transportation Systems, a sound defensive strategy, including an Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), is a must. This paper explores how to best protect property, society and people from cyber threats.
To protect critical infrastructure from advanced cyber threats, defense-in-depth strategies need to be augmented by an early warning system designed specifically for industrial networks and associated operational technology. This paper discusses the use of SNOK intrusion detection system (IDS) to combat sophisticated threats.
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