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Posted by Joe Weiss on 18 September, 2013 - 11:06 pm
Upcoming ICS Cyber Security Conference discusses many topics including how a security patch caused loss of view and loss of control of a turbine.
Topic: PLCs and related questions.
from the Forum department...
PLC Application software infection
Originally posted by any on 2 May, 2013 - 8:28 am
Can a windows virus also infect a PLC?
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This can, and has, happened. I have an ICS cyber incident database with many cases of Windows...
Originally posted by Anthony Murray on 19 March, 2013 - 10:09 am
This is a survey aimed specifically at automation/control engineers in relation to security for industrial control networks
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I would like to get a copy of the results. I wanted to reiterate Walt's point that your questions...
Topic: Computers in manufacturing; also hardware discussion.
from the Controls Department department...
Experon Server & Network traffic
Originally posted by Personagrata on 28 December, 2012 - 8:14 am
Few days back we have had an incident due to which all console stations went blank and restored after 12 mins. Interestingly no changeover of Experion servers occurred and Consoles did not picked up data from Controllers directly as well.
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Please contact me off-line at joe.weiss@realtimeacs.com. Similar situations have been seen with...
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