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Control System Cyber Security

Control System Cyber Security
In the process industry, every disruption or maloperation can have fatal consequences and therefore needs to be avoided if possible. In order to reliably eliminate sources of danger and risks, you should include safety engineering in your processes. The highest goal must always be to minimize potential dangers to humans, plants and the environment by employing technical resources – without inhibiting the industrial production process. In this case, high demands are placed on the so-called functional safety. In order to achieve this, a reliable Safety Instrumented System (SIS) is required which can set the plant to a safe state at any time when necessary.

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White Paper: IT Security For Process Control Using Siemens SIMATIC PCS 7

In the process industry, every disruption or maloperation can have fatal consequences and therefore needs to be avoided if possible. In order to reliably eliminate sources of danger and risks, you should include safety engineering in your processes. The highest goal must always be to minimize potential dangers to humans, plants and the environment by employing technical resources – without inhibiting the industrial production process. In this case, high demands are placed on the so-called functional safety. In order to achieve this, a reliable Safety Instrumented System (SIS) is required which can set the plant to a safe state at any time when necessary. Based on the Safety Instrumented System from Siemens, Safety Integrated for Process Automation is the comprehensive range of products and services for fail-safe and fault-tolerant applications in the process industry.

Hacker attacks, viruses, worms and trojans are some of the negative by-products of global networking. With advancing standardization, opening and networking, the associated security risk in control system plants is also enormous. The potential danger from harmful programs or unauthorized persons is not limited to overload or failure of networks and spying for passwords and data. Unauthorized access in the process automation and intentional sabotage are conceivable. The potential consequences are not only material damage, but danger to humans and the environment as well.

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White Paper: IT Security For Process Control Using Siemens SIMATIC PCS 7

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