July 2015, Vol. 242, No. 7

Features

Outlook Optimistic Despite Tough Year In Cybersecurity

In the face of some of the worst threats in cybersecurity history, industrial control system cybersecurity continues to mature and evolve. While the disclosure of major vulnerabilities and new threats against industrial sectors paint a bleak picture, there have also been major advancements in awareness. In addition, the defensive technologies that help to counter this growing threat have evolved, providing new methods of protecting industrial systems against attack. In other words, the fight is escalating on both sides, indicating this will be an even more interesting year for industrial cybersecurity. Industrial cybersecurity professionals had a busy year in 2014. First, broad-reaching

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