Cyber Security Practitioner
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Volume: 4 Issue: 8
(August 2018)

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protecting tomorrows critical infrastructure critical infrastructure continues rapidly develop wide network interconnected devices systems potential consequences a successful breach increasingly severe example

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Protecting tomorrow’s critical infrastructure

As critical infrastructure continues to rapidly develop into a wide network of interconnected devices and systems, the potential consequences of a successful breach become increasingly severe, and with for example, the circulation of malware specifically designed to disrupt industrial control systems, it is clear that such threats must be mitigated proactively. Catherine Bischofberger, Writer and Technical Communications Officer at the International Electrotechnical Commission (‘IEC’) reports on the advantages of a systems-based approach to cyber security.

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