Operational Technology (OT) Security in Substations

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  • May 26, 2023

Operational Technology (OT) is a broad category of programmable systems or devices that interface with or manage equipment that interacts with the physical environment. Check out this article by Doble to learn more. Click Here


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Matt Chester on May 26, 2023

The principles described of C-I-A make a lot of sense, and I think all three are especially relevant when we're talking about a utility enterprise specifically

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