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Cybersecurity

Open Automation with WAGO

Are Openness and Security Mutually Exclusive? Quite the Contrary – See for Yourself

Digitization makes your machine, system and building data available anywhere in the world. To ensure the integrity of your information during Web attacks and Web transfers, it is necessary to protect it.
With our PFC100 and PFC200 Controllers, you’ll always be on the safe side. Learn how the controllers encrypt information directly in the controller and then transmit it to the cloud via IPsec or OpenVPN.

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Cybersecurity Made by WAGO

For many years, machine data was only evaluated and used in the manufacturing facility in which it was generated. Thus, the risk of unauthorized data access was relatively low. Use of classic defense-in-depth measures ensured that machine data was well protected.

WAGO’s PFC100 and PFC200 Controllers encrypt information directly in the controller and subsequently transmit the data to the cloud via IPsec or OpenVPN. This ensures that machine data is optimally protected against unauthorized access.

Step-by-step to the solution:

  • Previously: Data remained in the manufacturing hall.
  • Digitization: Defense-in-depth carries risks.
  • The solution: Data encryption happens in the controller.
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White Paper: IT Security in Production Facilities

Cyber attacks on automation systems and critical infrastructure are increasing. How can companies protect effectively against cyber attacks?

Our white paper “IT Security in Production Facilities – An Introduction for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises” has answers. Read about how you can achieve optimal protection of your systems with an integrated approach with “defense in depth.”

The core content of the white paper includes:

  • Standards that play a role in the area of IT security
  • Ten point plan for protection against cyber attacks
  • Requirements on future automation systems
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Integrated Firewall Comes Standard in the PFC100 and PFC200

Increased networking has triggered rising concerns about IT security. Therefore, machine manufacturers and operators are intensifying their efforts to protect their own machine data.

WAGO’s PFC100 and PFC200 Controllers come with an integrated firewall that protects against unauthorized network access.

The benefits for you:

  • Support for all relevant secure data exchange protocols: SNMP v3, SFTP, FTPS, HTTPS and SSH
  • Other protocols supported: DHCP, DNS, FTP, TELNET and Modbus TCP/UDP
  • Integrated firewall comes standard, with pre-configured rules for configuration of whitelisting/blacklisting or MAC filters
  • Option of controller setup according to the requirements stated in the BDEW (Federal Association of Energy and Water Industries) white paper and the BSI-IT (Federal Office for Information Security) security catalog

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Distribution Network in Real Time

SWO Netz GmbH, an incorporation of the Osnabrück municipal utility, is preparing for electrical distribution in the future by establishing a cloud project. The company, which is based in Lower-Saxony, uses WAGO technology to manage and analyze their data.
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WAGO's Pro 2 Power Supplies Provide Maximum System Uptime

WAGO's new line of Pro 2 Power Supplies sets new industry communication and parameterization benchmarks. The Pro 2 Series includes six units ranging from 120–960 W, providing an energy conversion efficiency of up to 96%. These new power supplies permit fieldbus connection via snap-on type communication modules and feature WAGO’s exclusive high-performance TopBoost and PowerBoost capabilities for maximum system uptime and lower hardware costs. Another key advantage is that these units can be tailored to any application requirement, allowing parameters such as output voltage and overload behavior to be easily configured via software.

May 6, 2019
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Highest Level of Security for Computer Centers Thanks to Cloud-Based Power Data Analysis

If hackers or a technical malfunction paralyze the servers of a corporation, the failures can lead to millions in damage. One company, Correct Power Institute, has developed a method for monitoring computer centers that quickly traces faults in the power supply and thus ensures high availability of the IT systems. The approach: Controllers from WAGO detect all electrical current and environmental data and use the cloud for analysis. The hardened Linux® operating system in the controllers and Correct Power’s sophisticated security architecture ensure the highest level of data security.

April 17, 2019
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Emergency Lighting: Safe in Case of Emergency

If the power fails and the light goes out in your home, this may be very inconvenient, but it does not necessarily create a significant security risk. The situation is markedly different in a shopping center, in a cinema, at the airport or in a production facility – wherever large groups meet, a sudden lighting failure can quickly lead to critical situations. Even more dangerous is when there is a real emergency occurring at the same time, such as a fire or heavy smoke. In such cases, lighting must be used to ensure that all the people inside the building can find the quickest way out.
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Intelligently Controlled Light with WAGO's New DALI Multi-Master Module

WAGO has revamped its DALI Multi-Master Module to meet the requirements for controllable lighting systems used in smart building systems. The updated DALI interface protocol significantly improves the interoperability and interchangeability of control devices from different manufacturers.

Customer application

Highest Level of Security for Computer Centers Thanks to Cloud-Based Power Data Analysis

If hackers or a technical malfunction paralyze the servers of a corporation, the failures can lead to millions in damage. One company, Correct Power Institute, has developed a method for monitoring computer centers that quickly traces faults in the power supply and thus ensures high availability of the IT systems. The approach: Controllers from WAGO detect all electrical current and environmental data and use the cloud for analysis. The hardened Linux® operating system in the controllers and Correct Power’s sophisticated security architecture ensure the highest level of data security.

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