Published By: OpenText
Published Date: Nov 30, 2015
Download this whitepaper to learn how OpenText’s enterprise-grade, workflow-oriented digital asset management ecosystem gives organizations the necessary combination of performance, security and management control for using digital assets both within their enterprises and in their relationships with customers, partners and prospects.
There’s no doubt that your digital asset management system (DAM) can change everything when it comes to delivering the right customer experience at the right time. According to 78% of marketers, DAM is key to speed up time to market. It fast-tracks everything — from asset creation and management to campaign delivery. A next-generation DAM can turn your content marketing into compelling customer experiences. To learn more content marketing tips, read Breaking the DAM.
Published By: Tenable
Published Date: Jan 25, 2019
"This whitepaper from the SANS Institute focuses on the growing use and benefits derived from information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) convergence which includes more effective management and operation of contemporary control systems. IT/OT convergence carries unique challenges that make managing and securing an industrial control system (ICS) more difficult. This is due to greater technical complexity, expanded risks and new threats to more than just business operations. This paper explores the issues that arise with the blending of IT and OT into combined cyber-physical systems where risks must be identifed and managed.
Download this report to get answers to these questions:
-Why are digital asset inventories critical for IT/OT security risk management?
-How does knowledge about risks and vulnerabilities to IT/OT systems lead to better risk management?
-Can applying even a few of Center for Internet Security (CIS) Controls make a marked difference in the securit
There’s no doubt that your digital asset management system (DAM) can change everything when it comes to delivering the right customer experience at the right time. According to 78% of marketers, DAM is key to speed up time to market. It fast-tracks everything — from asset creation and management to campaign delivery. A next-generation DAM can turn your content marketing into compelling customer experiences. To learn more content marketing tips, read Breaking the DAM. ?
Every year, consumers demand more personalized content. But the challenge is to deliver that content across new channels, devices, and experiences. Read The Marketer’s Guide to Articulating DAM Return on Investment to learn why a digital asset management solution can be the key to delivering more content, faster.
Read the Adobe white paper to learn more about:
• Why you need DAM over other content storage solutions
• How to make the ROI case for DAM
• Companies who have used DAM for success
Meet the trends that are impacting your ability to create, manage, deliver and optimize your digital assets. The Adobe white paper, 7 Trends Impacting How We Use Digital Assets, identifies the trends that help you deliver more meaningful customer experiences with the right assets, through the right channels, at the right time.
Read the Adobe white paper to learn:
• How metadata can help increase brand consistency across multiple channels and devices
• Why marketers need digital asset tools that increase responsiveness to consumers in real time
• The importance of rich media in delivering personalized content that deepens customer connections
New digital technology now makes it feasible to integrate process control and SIF within a common automation infrastructure. While this can provide productivity and asset management benefits, if not done correctly, it can also compromise the safety and security of an industrial operation. Cybersecurity and sabotage vulnerability further accentuate the need for securing the safety instrumented system (SIS).
Certainly, a common platform approach using similar hardware and software dedicated for control and safety functions, respectively, can provide the potential for cost savings. However, it is widely acknowledged that utilizing separate, independent, and diverse hardware/software for safety and control is the optimal way to protect against potentially catastrophic common cause and systematic design and application errors.
Different vendors offer varied degrees of integration and solutions. The question is: how to provide an integrated control and safety solution with advanced functionality and productivity without compromising safety and security? And, where do users draw the line?
A third-party (e.g., TÜV) certification of the hardware/software systems to IEC 61508 specifications carries significant advantages, but should this be the only criterion? How does a third-party certificate extend to the plant’s overall assignment of risk reduction credits for all independent protection layers (IPL)? Control system embedded safety logic solvers may actually increase the SIL requirements of the SIF if no credit is allowed for the distributed control system (DCS) as an IPL.
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