Securing Products for Today’s Control Room Environments

October 11, 2023
Dan Gundry

 

On NOC Your SOCs Off, host Dan Gundry and Barco’s Product Security Officer, Timo Kosig, discuss the evolution of product security in control room environments, emphasizing the critical distinction between corporate and product security. Highlighting the potential widespread impact of a security breach in control rooms overseeing critical infrastructure, they explore the limitations of traditional measures like air-gapping and underscore the need for a holistic approach. Organizations can better navigate the intricate landscape of cybersecurity in a progressively connected world through a more integrated security strategy encompassing both hardware and software and roles like Product Security Officer.

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