Enhanced Cybersecurity Services are under development by the DHS to provide information-sharing and defensive strategies against a new generation of cyber threats.
Industrial automation systems are performing more tasks and doing so more quickly, more accurately, and in harsher environments than ever before. They are becoming connected tools with substantially more computing and communication capabilities, allowing them to interoperate with other devices. As they evolve and proliferate, these systems put new demands on their computing technology. Rugged COM Express modules not only meet the computing needs of today’s rapidly changing industrial landscape, but also protect the investment to meet tomorrow’s performance needs.
Current legislation is now driving system feature requirements, specifically in the area of health and safety. This article focuses on the control subsystem (the programmable logic control function), and how multicore processors are helping to address safety requirements and provide additional functionality needed in industrial control.
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Enabling security and adaptability in industrial networking modules - Q&A with Shaye Shayegani, Senior Field Applications Engineer, Lantronix
Speaking with Industrial Embedded Systems, Shaye Shayegani of Lantronix explains why wireless technology and cloud environments necessitate device-side and user-side security considerations for industrial automation equipment.
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