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Video | June 8, 2012
Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems
Joel Langill, Chief Security Officer and Control System Cyber Security Specialist for SCADAHacker, explains how easy it is to hack into most PLCs and provides you with steps to take now to protect your operations.
The presentation video below features SCADAHacker’s Joel Langill's (based in Appleton, Wis.) insights on control system cyber security to teach you how to think like someone who might be looking to disrupt your operations as well as how to understand, find, and prevent the more prevalent internal oversights that lead to most security breaches.
For more information on industrial control system cybersecurity, see the Automation World article The Stuxnet Effect on Cyber Security.
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