Posts Tagged ‘Zero Trust’

Zero Trust Security for Building Automation: What You Need to Know

Building automation systems (BAS) are becoming increasingly common in commercial buildings, providing centralized control of building operations, including HVAC, lighting, access control, elevators, and life safety systems. While these systems can increase energy efficiency and reduce costs, they also pose significant security risks. In recent years, there have been several high-profile attacks on building automation…

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Differences between Zero Trust, Network Segmentation, and Microsegmentation for OT Cybersecurity

Zero Trust, Network Segmentation, and Microsegmentation important OT cybersecurity strategies, but they have different goals and approach to security. This post will discuss how these approaches are used and how they are different. ZERO TRUST Zero trust is a security model that assumes that all network traffic, whether it originates from inside or outside the…

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Benefits of Zero Trust for OT Cybersecurity

Operational technology (OT) refers to the hardware and software systems that are used to control and monitor physical devices, processes, and events in an organization. These systems are critical to the functioning of many industries, including manufacturing, energy, transportation, and utilities. In recent years, there has been an increased focus on securing OT systems due…

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