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How to Secure IoT-connected Power Distribution from Cyber Risks 🎥

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How to Secure IoT-connected Power Distribution from Cyber Risks 🎥

Cyber-attacks are a 24/7 threat to digitalized power distribution.

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Indeed, organizations experience an increasing number of cyberattacks every year, and with the increasing use of IoT-enabled devices and connectivity throughout electrical distribution systems, electrical designers and end users must address the need for power distribution cybersecurity.

 

Discover how EcoStruxure Power Cybersecurity solutions provide a holistic cybersecurity approach watching the short video below: 

 

 

 

Julien Travostino
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Power Products Div.
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Re: How to Secure IoT-connected Power Distribution from Cyber Risks 🎥

To go further, you can also read the:

 

"Ecostruxure ™ Power Guide for Designing and Implementing a Cyber Secure Digital Power System"

 

 

This cybersecurity guide provides an introduction to designing and implementing a secure digital power 
system.

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It is not intended to replace any specific product docu

mentation or site-specific design documentation.

The architectures and services described in this document are not specific products in the normal commercial sense.

It describes an example of how Schneider Electric and third-party components may be integrated to fulfil an industrial application.

 

 

 

 

Julien Travostino
Power Distribution & Digital forum community owner
Power Products Div.
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