SCADA Systems: RFID Identification and Authentication

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Security of industrial information systems, such as SCADA, ICS or GPAO, is a growing industrial challenge since the machine interconnectivity and the emergence of targeted attacks.

These systems powerful in their profession, remains fragile. Their omnipresence in all industries such as production, food or energy has led states to consider this weakness as a national security problem.
In France, it is translated into an evolution of the legal framework and the distribution of recommendations to various actors by the state (loi de programmation militaire 2014, industrial Systems Safety Guide by ANSSI…).

In general, the security of such systems depends on a global security strategy, a segmentation of the architecture and physical protection of the machines, but also and above all, by authenticating the users to the control rooms / management interfaces.

It is in this context that ISLOG provides a turnkey solution that adds (or replaces) user authentication with RFID badge to access local or remote monitoring stations, as well as identification and traceability of business operations.

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06 February

Security of industrial information systems, such as SCADA, ICS or GPAO, is a growing industrial challenge since the machine interconnectivity and the emergence of targeted attacks. These systems powerful in their profession, remains fragile. Their omnipresence in all industries such as production, food or energy has led states to consider this weakness as a national […]

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02 September

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18 August

The physical security industry has a long history of making do with proprietary systems. This has led to today’s challenges of dealing with incompatible legacy systems, wasted investments and great difficulties anticipating future security requirements. The Open Security Standard (OSS) Association strongly believes that the way forward, and the only way to guarantee on going […]

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