SYSGO at CyberICE 2.0 Conference
The CyberICE 2.0 conference event in Chippenham, UK, sets a focus on the latest trends and challenges in cybersecurity for industrial control systems (ICS). "ICE" stands for "Innovation, Collaboration, and Education". The event brings together experts and professionals from various fields, including cybersecurity, engineering, and industrial control systems, to discuss the emerging threats and share their insights on how to enhance the security of critical infrastructure.
The conference covers a wide range of topics, such as the latest trends in ICS security, risk management strategies, and best practices for securing critical infrastructure. Additionally, the event features interactive workshops and discussions, providing participants with hands-on experience in dealing with cyber threats and attacks on ICS.
We were looking forward to better understanding how the cyber security landscape is evolving from multiple perspectives and how PikeOS (Common Criteria EAL5+) might solve some of the challenges. PikeOS is designed to meet the highest security and safety standards, making it an ideal solution for applications that require high reliability and availability.
The Journey from Software Safety to Safety and Security
In front of 140 event participants, Mark Tootell, Regional Sales Manager (UK, US, Australia, New Zealand) at SYSGO, talked about the journey from simple software Safety to Safety AND Security requirements for more and more industries and applications giving deeper insights in the role of Common Criteria and how SYSGO's products can be a solid base solution for future challenges.
SYSGO brings significant benefits, as it highlights the growing importance of cybersecurity in critical infrastructure systems. With the increasing use of connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) in industrial settings, ensuring the security of these systems is more important than ever. By providing secure and reliable operating systems for embedded devices, SYSGO is helping to ensure that critical infrastructure systems remain protected against cyber threats and attacks.
More infotmation at www.sysgo.com/security