With the world becoming more connected thanks to the rollout of the Internet of Things (IoT), the need to ensure the security of this new smart landscape is paramount.
This is especially true in the rapidly-growing area of the Industrial IoT, or IIoT, where manufacturers, utility companies and other industrial entities look to embrace the benefits of digital technology in the so-called Industry 4.0.
However these businesses, many of whom are huge corporations that have been in operation for decades are often laden down with aging legacy infrastructure that is both outdated and essential at the same time – so how do we go about securing this?
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“The problem is that the stuff that you buy for those kind of environments is supposed to last you 30 years or so,” Rik Ferguson, VP Security research at Trend Micro, toldTechRadar Proat the recent InfoSecurity London event.
“It’s not high turnover equipment…there’s a lot
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