System lifecycle management is a way to ensure industrial systems meet current regulations and are recoverable to maintain business continuity. In this article, we take a deeper dive into the first two steps in this process: Inventory Evaluation and Gap Analysis.
Welcome to the third article in our series on industrial asset management and business continuity, exploring the pros and cons of system lifecycle management for industrial automation and complex industrial systems.
As you create mitigation strategies to stop future attacks, hackers are always looking for new ways to bypass these strategies, and industrial operations must employ carefully plotted contingency plans and careful system lifecycle management.
As more industrial devices become a part of the industrial internet of things (IIoT), industrial systems are more vulnerable to cybercriminals. Hence, industries need ongoing system lifecycle management to assure business continuity.
In this article, we’ll discuss why industrial automation programs need a disaster recovery plan for cyberattacks, as well as a few tips and best practices for how to create a cyber disaster recovery plan.
The key to IIoT safety over the long term will be in the understanding and rigorous application of core security standards across the systems, software, hardware, and components that make up these networks