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Cyber Hardening is the process of securing a system by reducing its vulnerabilities. In general, cyber professionals who harden systems try to reduce the attack surface by reducing the functions and features of a system to the essentials. Cyber hardening has a long history in the information technology industry, but represents a new frontier in operational technology. In this episode, special guest Joe Saunders discusses how denial of service, buffer-overflow, memory corruption, and zero-day attacks affect critical industrial, commercial, medical, military, and consumer targets — and how we as a cybersecurity community can rise to the challenge of defending these critical systems.

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