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Siemens helps its customers take advantage of technology advances while simultaneously minimizing exposure to risk in areas like cybersecurity. An optimal security solution can only be implemented if it is continuously adapted to new threats. Siemens addresses security issues both for Siemens internally as well as for its customers.
Is the Middle East’s oil and gas sector cyber-ready and how can it improve its resilience? Find out in our latest report with the Ponemon Institute.
Combining “Defense in Depth” with lifecycle activities
Minimizing risk in the area of cybersecurity comprises both comprehensive security mechanisms and integrating security activities into the whole lifecycle. This means taking security considerations into account during development and engineering as well as service and operations activities. With the concept “defense in depth,” Siemens provides comprehensive security mechanisms combining physical security, network security, and system and software integrity.
Industrial security is an important concern for manufacturers, integrators and operators of automation systems. At Siemens, I know we have the right solution to address this problem.
Cybersecurity issues have been the subject of standardization for some time, and Siemens plays an active role in all major organizations. Among others, Siemens supports the work of ISA-99, IEC 62443, DHS, BSI, WIB NAMUR and CLSI AUTO11-A2 to make sure that common cybersecurity standards are developed.
Industrial security solutions from Siemens provide in-depth protection for your plant. Defense in depth is a concept based on the elements plant security, network security and system integrity, as recommended by ISA 99 / IEC 62443 – the leading standard for security in industrial automation.
How can companies in the Middle East realize the full potential of digitalization while minimizing exposure to cyber risk? What can be done to prevent, detect and stop those attacks? Watch our cybersecurity webinar.
Cybersecurity products, solutions and services from Siemens provide proven security measures that protect industrial plants and automation systems as well as grid operation.
Find out more about the digital solutions that Siemens is today already able to offer the world of tomorrow – for more efficiency, sustainability and security.