EQUATE to upgrade its industrial Control Systems Cyber Security

Siemens technology will support EQUATE Petrochemical Company, to enhance its protection from cyber security threats, following a comprehensive assessment of the industrial control system (ICS) at the company’s marine terminal operation area.

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Having carried out an IEC 62443 assessment of network security audit, Siemens will now support EQUATE with an upgrade to the Simatic PCS 7 distributed control system.

“Siemens’ digital solutions are helping protect industry players from cyber threats, which is a top concern for the oil and gas industry in this digital age,” said Herbert Klausner, CEO, Siemens Kuwait. “In collaboration with EQUATE’s experts, we were able to analyze production and process infrastructures, and recommend a set of measures that address their specific needs, which in turn supports upgrading the protection of their operations today and in the future.”

EQUATE’s VP for Technical services Tareq Jafar Al-Kandari said: “The overall security and reliability of our ICS are key elements of our business at EQUATE. we constantly collaborate with suitable partners, including Siemens, to achieve our requirements. In addition, realizing the significance of ICS, EQUATE since 2014 has launched a specialized conference addressing the security of industrial automation in partnership with several reputed organizations, such as Siemens.”