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#04 Two-way data transfer without fear of cyberattacks

Power plants and other utility companies need continuous monitoring systems to send commands and receive other information such as system logs or process information.

Validation of incoming connections and information flow is critical to mitigate cybersecurity threats. Monitoring is often performed by third parties and through networks of varying security levels outside the control of the organisation.

The dilemma many companies within critical infrastructure face is how to perform the two-way transfer of data without compromising their systems and leaving them open to cyberattacks.