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We Need to be Teaching Security to Engineers

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Published on Dec 12, 2012

Thanks for watching "We Need to be Teaching Security to Engineers", the tenth installment in Norman Security's ongoing cyber-security video series, "INSIDE NETWORK SECURITY: Cybercrime, Malware, and Today's Emerging Threats".

In his book, "Protecting Industrial Control Systems from Electronic Threats", Joe Weiss outlines how attacking or 'hacking' a control system is not that difficult, but providing intrusion protection for those same systems is a real challenge. In this video, Mr Weiss shares thoughts on why the industry should encourage more Control Systems experts to be educated on IT and security challenges, rather than relying on those from the IT industry to learn the intricacies of Industrial Control vulnerabilities.

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Read more on Norman's "Security Exposed" blog: http://blogs.norman.com/2012/security...
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