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What vulnerabilities should you patch, and why?

22 May, 2023

What makes patching an Industrial Control System so difficult, when it is easy to patch your phone when there are new updates? We will look in to three useful methods that help you understand what vulnerabilities to patch, and why.

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The Weakest Link 🔗 Single Point of Failure

02 May, 2023

In this article, we describe one of the key foundation for designing and implementing a reliable and resilient data communications network that can, for the most part, be self-sufficient and ensure the continuous availability of data across any mission-critical system. That key foundation is preventing single point of failures.

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How does PoE work? Learn in this blogpost.

How does PoE Work?

17 April, 2023

Power over Ethernet (PoE) is the transmission of power from a switch to a device, such as an IP camera or Wi-Fi access point, via an Ethernet cable. The Ethernet cable has 8 cores twisted into 4 pairs, with the data rate depending on how many pairs are used. PoE devices need to be PoE compliant and connected to a device that can output the applicable PoE standard, either 802.3af or 802.3at.

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