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Innominate Security Technologies

Rudower
Chaussee 13
D-12489 Berlin
Germany

Telephone : +49 (0)30 921028-0
Fax : +49 (0)30 921028-020
Web : www.innominate.com


Editorial archive;

Secure data connection for remote maintenance 26/01/2016
The specialist brewery system supplier, GEA, employs remote maintenance as part of its solution, to ensure a high level of plant availability and efficient plant operation. Security of data connections plays an important role in the process. Full Story...

Secure remote service benefits 30/06/2015
For OEMs, offering secure remote service capabiltites for equipment can offer cost-saving benefits for all, as one equipment manufacturer has discovered. Full Story...

VW steps up its system protection standards 19/11/2013
Following risk analysis, Volkswagen AG introduced a new security standard for its car bodywork production network at its plant in Emden, Germany. Segmentation of the network, installation of industrial firewalls, and stricter access rules, has ensured that its systems are better protected against unauthorised access. Full Story...

Utilities - securing the automation network 13/09/2011
CEE looks at how one utility company has ensured security of its SCADA control networks. Full Story...

Hacking the industrial network 16/08/2011
Innominate Security Technologies has published a White Paper on the weakness of industrial systems, exposing the numerous vulnerabilities of industrial control networks currently in use throughout the world. Full Story...

Post-Stuxnet industrial security 14/03/2011
Thanks to Stuxnet, the threat from malware and insufficient IT security in the automation network can no longer be ignored. The real danger is not from Stuxnet itself, but from mutations likely to be created by imitators who could now circulate other arbitrary, malicious code utilizing the same basic techniques. Full Story...

The Hyper-Secured PLC…and other curious combinations 08/02/2011
To make life easier for automation engineers, and less costly for OEMs and end user companies to build control systems, clever companies are taking what used to be two separate products and putting them together in one unit. Full Story...

Time for Action: Support Expires for Windows 2000 in Industrial Automation 12/05/2010
All things come to an end. And so it is with Microsoft® Extended Support and Security Updates for Windows 2000, which will cease this year in July 2010. Full Story...

A thousand VPN tunnels 02/05/2009
It was exactly one year ago, at Hannover Messe 2008, that Phoenix Contact announced it had purchased the Berlin security company, Innominate. This year Innominate had a stand in Hall 9, next to the vast Phoenix Contact stand, and new products to show fair visitors. Full Story...

Hacking the Industrial Network 30/04/2009
Innominate Security Technologies, a provider of industrial network security, has published a white paper on the weaknesses of industrial systems. "Hacking the Industrial Network," compiled by an independent consulting firm, is an exposé of the numerous vulnerabilities of industrial control networks currently in use throughout the world. Full Story...