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6 Steps CISOs Should Take to Secure Their OT Systems
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jon-r..s
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3/19/2020 | 8:02:32 AM
new ciso
Some good basics, but if a CISO has to wonder what he or she has to do on a Monday morning then we have a problem...today we have a lot of folks who wnat the title CISO but don't have the substance to be a real CISO, they take low ball offers or get a role becuase of politics for diversity or other flavor of the month public ask...
techilife99
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3/10/2020 | 7:17:17 AM
jenifer08

I will carefully read the issues you just shared, I find there are some places that are not very clear

 

Myopic
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3/6/2020 | 9:12:18 PM
A warning
You should be careful running automated asset collection tools. There have been many reports of industrial devices crashing when receiving something as innocuous as a NMAP port scan. It's also worth while being very conscious of the various protocols these devices use and how those protocols are carried across various networks... most older devices don't understand how to talk ethernet.


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