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Automation Applied: Virus Prevention Using Deep Packet Inspection, part 2

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In the first video, Eric Byres, cto and vp Engineering of Tofino Security, a Belden Co., shows how a worm can attack a PLC/HMI in a simulated Oil and Gas environment. This video sees Deep Packet Inspection in action to prevent a USB thumb drive attack. (Approximate Time - 1:56)

Click here to view Part 1 of Virus Prevention, Using Deep Packet Inspection with Eric Byres, cto and vp Engineering of Tofino Security, a Belden Co.

Click here to view the Deep Packet Inspection overview with Eric Byres, cto and vp Engineering of Tofino Security, a Belden Co. 

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