Safety and Security (was SCADA Holes Allowed Remote Takedown of Siemens Systems)



Safety and Security (was SCADA Holes Allowed Remote Takedown of Siemens Systems)

From: Hill, Adrian E (UK Barrow) <adrian.hill_at_xxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2011 12:33:34 +0100
Message-ID: <97CDBA3553271742883D0B51314AB639015213E9@xxxxxx>
Following the discussion on safety and security, does anyone have any
experience with encryption and safety, i.e. the software executables
that are tested, encrypted, transmitted (physical media or communication
network), decrypted and installed in safety systems?  Is there any
evidence that the encryption/decryption process can introduce errors in
the code?

Adrian Hill


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