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Continuously monitored and integrated security is an important basis for industrial automation
November 28-30, Nuremberg, Exhibition Center
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Industrial Security is based on several lines of defense and a comprehensive approach. To make this complicated topic easier for you to manage, Siemens offers a coordinated portfolio of solutions especially for the security of industrial facilities.
At a glance
Security measures have to be as varied as the potential risks. An end-to-end approach and several lines of defense will reliably protect industrial facilities.
Podcast with Siemens expert Oliver Narr
"Security Invaders" illustrates the importance of a multi-level security concept. It points out different types of threats and provides a suitable countermeasure. The goal of the game is to react with the right measures to secure the own plant.
With our solutions based on defense in depth we offer the comprehensive protection on three levels: plant security, network security and system integrity.
Siemens protects its own products and solutions against cyber attacks – and the industry also benefits from Siemens’ skills.
The risk of cyber attacks is growing along with digitalization and the increased networking of machines and industrial plants. For critical infrastructure facilities, in particular, the appropriate protective measures are therefore mandatory.
Industrial Security is a dynamic subject. Potential hazards, security risks and defense measures are constantly changing. That’s why it’s important to always maintain an overview of the current state of knowledge. We are happy to share our information with you.
To draw on all the benefits of digitalization, businesses must first achieve an end-to-end integration of their data. Completely digitally integrated business processes, and those of the suppliers, can help to generate a digital representation of the entire value chain. This requires an integration of industrial software and automation, expansion of communications networks, security in the area of automation and use of business-specific industrial services.
News and events
This is where we tell you what’s new and what’s worth knowing in Industrial Security, like our innovations and refinements.
Siemens solutions for Industrial Security have already successfully proven themselves in practice.
Implementation and operation of a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution
Security configuration of SIMATIC S7-1500 and SCALANCE S in the TIA Portal
Security-relevant events are monitored by the Siemens Cyber Security Operation Center (CSOC)
Secure industrial facilities
The solution from Siemens for Industrial Security follows a comprehensive approach. Secure automation hardware, robust software and continuous refinement of the underlying industrial security strategy ensure constant improvement to the standard of industrial security.