How can you protect your facility from cyber-threats? Yet remain efficient and continue to guarantee operational uptime? In this Use Case you will find out how data diodes meet this challenge.
Previously, utilities such as nuclear power stations, electricity distribution, water supply, transportation and telecommunications used closed systems for reporting.
Today they all depend on open IT systems and often third parties for management, surveillance and control of functions. These functions include collecting, processing and storing log messages, managing devices on IP networks, real-time billing and more.
While remote vendor support decreases costs and prevents inefficiencies, it leaves facilities more open to information leakage, and even cyberattacks that could have devastating effects. The question is how to protect information in critical infrastructure businesses? How to protect your facility from these threats, yet remain efficient and continue to guarantee operational uptime?
What you will learn from this Use Case
In this Use Case, you will learn:
- How to ensure secure digitalisation of information systems
- About data diodes – high security hardware that protects your business processes
- How to protect your data and create greater efficiencies
- How to keep up with standards and regulations