Cyber Exposure in High-Hazard Industries

Discover key considerations to cyber security in power gen and chemical facilities

Cyber exposure in high hazard industries

Cyber exposure in high hazard industries

Discover key considerations to cyber security in power gen and chemical facilities.

Many of the control systems for large equipment, such as turbines and generators, are often connected to the outside world. OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) use this connectivity to monitor equipment, measure performance and modify settings.

However, the convenience this offers is the key to the cyber crime gateway and industrial espionage capable of wreaking havoc on equipment and operational capacity.

In this short video, FM Global’s Adriano Lanzilotto, vice president, client service manager, London operations, gives a brief overview of the potential vulnerabilities that high-hazard industries are exposed to in our connected world.

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