Cybersecurity posts

Impact of Edge Computing on Industrial Cybersecurity

Edge computing, or the ability to store and process data on servers close to the source or destination of that data, is becoming increasingly fashionable. The IT world has been using it for years with regional data centers that serve content to our computers and cell phones more efficiently. What is new today is the beginning of its incursion into industrial environments.


IoT hyperconnectivity and obsolescence, the main cyber-attack risks for the industrial sector

These are the conclusions reached by Barbara IoT, which presents research on cybersecurity in this sector. Forty percent of industrial organizations have already experienced at least one security incident in the last year, with the industrial and energy sectors being the most vulnerable.


The key to IoT cybersecurity is in the devices

The IoT device is by far the most vulnerable element in the entire security chain. And the main reason is the lack of firmware updates.


Industrial Cybersecurity Crisis

What differentiates the industrial world (OT) from the IT world and why is the feeling of insecurity increasingly high in industrial companies? The answer lies in the inability of industrial companies to update software and firmware.


Industrial Cybersecurity and Edge Computing

By controlling data from its source location and therefore deciding what and when to send to the cloud, the cybersecurity risks of theft or improper access to information are much lower with Edge Computing.


Data Sovereignty and the emergence of Data Marketplaces

Data Sovereignty is the ability of individuals, corporations or governments to decide how, for what purpose, and at what price third parties can use their data. In this sense, the energy market is currently the one that can benefit the most from a data sharing sovereignty environment.

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