|Selecting an automation security consultant|
This "special to the web" article by Charles Landis notes that you may want to consider hiring an expert to design a process control security program that is in your best interest financially and operationally.
Selecting an automation security consultant
The role of SCADA in securing our critical infrastructure
Security technologies for manufacturing and control systems
Cyber vulnerabilities in control systems
Industrial strength security
New funding for automation security research
DOE teams with TECSys on infrastructure security
A network security forecast for 2005
Alarm control system can be viewed remotely
Distributed I/O provides IP20 protection
Smart instrumentation is not just a fluke
Wireless mesh network provides standards support
Web seminar: Indutrial network security series, Part I: Cyber security risk assessment for automation systems
SecureSystems Insider Resource
Process Control Security Requirements Forum (PCSRF)
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|Transcending the batch |
Maurice Wilkins, Chairman of the World Batch Forum, focuses on batch management, automation and integration in this new "special to the web" monthly column for ControlGlobal.com.
Beaming it up to the enterprise
Transcending the batch
Supervisory control and data acquisition
OPC maximizes object-oriented systems
Unified architectureThe future of OPC
HCF seeks nominations for Plant of the Year award
ZigBee Alliance finalizes specification toward a global interoperable standard
Real-Time platform supports Windows
USB devices offer portable data acquisition
Substation computing platform replaces office-grade PC's
Fieldbus Foundation General Assembly 2005
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|Sounds corny, but biomass may save America|
In this month's edition of Control Report, Senior Technical Editor Rich Merritt recommends bringing your process plant and its jobs to the Midwest, where it's a lot better and safer than the Mideast.
Bhopal +20, a hard lesson were still learning
Simulation, the game we all can play!
Technical overview of Ethernet control automation technology
Automation, instrumentation and controls industry books
Sounds corny, but biomass may save America
The hard road to our competitive edge, Part II
Process industries are beginning to act on security concerns
Motor drives "hunt" for success
Analysts say flowmeter sales are growing
SPS Electric Automation America Exhibition & Conference
Automation & Assembly Summit 2005
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