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The latest guest post from the ICS Cyber Security blog on the SeConSys blog: ICS biztonsági incidensek II – ICS Cyber Security blog Translated by DeepL

The updated cybersecurity handbook for 2021 is available for download!

From the first publication of the cybersecurity handbook – partly in print and partly online – we intended to take advantage of the flexibility of the online publication to provide updates from time to time in the light of developments. The year 2021, with its large number of serious incidents, has (unfortunately) provided plenty of …

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The latest guest post from the ICS Cyber Security blog on the SeConSys blog: Átirányítás – SeConSys blogbejegyzés – ICS Cyber Security blog Translated by DeepL

Knowledge base renewed on our website

One of the new features of our website, which was relaunched in the middle of last year, was the presentation of relevant current publications. Here we started to collect and make available to everyone the most important publications on cybersecurity in ICSs. However, the experience gathered has shown that a more efficient framework for sharing …

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CISA has gone all out: it has published a collection of free cybersecurity applications and services!

It’s rare when you come across something on the internet that makes you quietly tip your hat a little. Well, CISA has gathered together around 100 (!) free apps and services in four themes and made them available to all. Of course, you might say, what’s the big deal, they’re free, anyone can access them. …

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The latest guest post from the ICS Cyber Security blog on the SeConSys blog: ICS biztonság kezdőknek III – ICS Cyber Security blog Translated by DeepL

Are you a CEO? CISO? No matter. We have a situation!

“He who has superiors and subordinates who want the same thing, wins.” (Chinese General Sun-ce) But then on a formal-logical basis: “Those whose superiors and subordinates do not want the same thing, lose.” (GéPé Hungarian blogger) And finally: “A superior can only want what a) he has already heard about, b) he has already realized …

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Guestpost

The latest guest post from the ICS Cyber Security blog on the SeConSys blog: Nukleáris rendszerek kiberbiztonsági útmutatója a Nemzetközi Atomenergia Ügynökségtől – ICS Cyber Security blog Translated by DeepL

Guestpost

The latest guest post from the ICS Cyber Security blog on the SeConSys blog: ICS biztonsági szabványok I – ICS Cyber Security blog Translated by DeepL