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Digital Security Agency discusses threats to connected systems

Digital Security Agency discusses threats to connected systems

By Staff Writer - December 24, 2017

Photo: Manu Vitali/DC
Photo: Manu Vitali/DC

The Monaco Digital Security Agency held an awareness meeting on the risks and safety of industrial systems on Thursday, December 21, with the participation of the French National Security Agency of Information Systems, Siemens, Schneider Electric and Stormshield.

The so-called “industrial systems” include traffic lights, variable message signs, parking barriers, and ventilation/air conditioning management systems.

These systems are highly computerised and interconnected with conventional information systems by online means, and as such they are exposed to the same threats, with potentially more serious consequences.

Participating in this meeting were state user services, industrial system installers/integrators, public service concessionaires, SMEG, SMEaux, Monaco Telecom, health facilities and others.


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