Tag Archives: Security

Questions You Must Ask Before Investing in Factory Connectivity (Part 2 of 2)

I had a pretty wild night during my first semester of college. It was homecoming [...]

Ready to Digitalize Your Factory Floor? Think Again.

One of my favorite people in the world is my grandmother, I always try to [...]

What is a Captive Portal?

I’ve written many times about how every industry and every specialty has terms that everyone [...]

The Things IT Would Never Do

In many of these articles, I’ve discussed the differences between IT and OT. They both [...]

Types of Network Address Translation (NAT) for Control Systems (Part 1)

In an earlier article, I discussed the concept of Network Address Translation. That article described [...]

An Optimistic Look 20 Years Into The Future

Here’s something funny about life. When you’re young and have your entire life ahead of [...]

The Wrong Way To Do Manufacturing Security

Lockdown of a different stripe – locking down a validated production system with perimeter security [...]

Secure EtherNet/IP Devices

We were surprised recently to get a report that one of our EtherNet/IP Adapter stacks had [...]

Gateways as Cybersecurity Appliances

Sometimes when you talk to customers you get the strangest information. Things that you would [...]

7 Simple Steps to Machine Security

This is another part of a series of articles on what automation engineers need to [...]