For decades, Industrial Control Systems have evolved completely separately from traditional IT, with their own business drivers, requirements and regulations and proprietary hardware designs and network protocols. Needless to say, security from cyberattacks was never a priority for operational technology units responsible for managing those systems: after all, they weren’t even connected to office networks.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has enormous potential to transform and benefit both consumers and industries, but along with it comes significant privacy and security implications. Addressing these challenges early on in an IoT project can go a long way to lowering potential security risks in the field.
In recent times, an increasing number of vendors announced a migration of their products towards microservices architectures. Some renovate their existing on premises IAM tools, others build new solutions with a new architectural approach. Factually, the idea isn’t that new, but the evolution in the field of microservices and containerization now enables flexible architectures that allow to distribute and scale components better than in the past. Furthermore, such architectures build the foundation for simplified hybrid cloud deployments, but also increased customization using APIs...
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It’s May 25 today, and the world hasn’t ended. Looking back at the last several weeks before the GDPR deadline, I have an oddly familiar feeling. It seems that many companies have treated it as another “Year 2000 disaster” - a largely imaginary but highly publicized issue [...]