Cyber Security

The cybersecurity of your company – your livelihood – should be put in the hands of specialists – true CyberSecurists.

Industrial Cybersecurity

The cybersecurity of your company – your livelihood – should be put in the hands of specialists – true Cybersecurity. Teams steeped in the expertise and experience of having been there and done that. Want security that’s a step ahead? Hire a team that’s done it.
Want design and implementation of security without interruption? Hire a team that’s already doing it. This isn’t just proposals and promises. Or simply keystrokes and code. This is cutting-edge security in action. Secured by real expertise.

Cybersecurity threats force you to take action

Digitalization and the growing networking of machines and industrial systems also mean an increase in the risk of cyberattacks. Appropriate protective measures are imperative, especially for critical infrastructure facilities. An approach that covers all levels simultaneously – from the operational to the field level and from access control to copy protection – is essential for comprehensively protecting industrial facilities against internal and external cyberattacks.

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Secure communication in industrial networks

One of the key challenges for consistent communication is to additionally establish adequate protection of easily accessible systems. In addition to availability, the focus is on protecting automation networks against unauthorized access. Moreover, our portfolio has been optimized for use in automation systems and is designed to meet the specific requirements of industrial networks. For use in extreme environment conditions our ruggedized security portfolio provides the right answer.

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Network security includes the protection of automation networks against unauthorized accesses with network access protection, segmentation, and encrypted communication.

In industry, home office work and remote access to plant and machinery are on the rise. This has consequences for network security. In this video, you can see how flexible work can be combined with maximum network security.

Protection of automation systems and control components

Whether you want to protect existing know-how or exclude unauthorized access to your automation processes from the outset as a way of preventing faults in your production processes – we support you in implementing targeted measures to protect against a variety of threats and design complete solutions for maximum protection. Our integrated security features provide comprehensive protection against unauthorized configuration changes at the control level, as well as unauthorized network access. They prevent the copying of configuration data and make any attempts to manipulate these files easier to detect.

Secure access management for machines and plants

One of the essential mechanisms for protecting automation components is consistent, logged access control. With the SIMATIC RF1000 Access Control Reader, you can reliably identify the personnel operating machines and plants and assign them appropriate access rights.

Depending on your needs and security requirements, login can be exclusively via RFID card – such as an employee ID – or via RFID card and user-specific login data. Logging of accesses enables transparent tracing in the event of security incidents.

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