[SecurityWeek] ICS Patch Tuesday: Siemens and Schneider Electric Address Over 50 Vulnerabilities

Industrial giants Siemens and Schneider Electric on Tuesday released nearly a dozen security advisories describing a total of more than 50 vulnerabilities affecting their products.

The companies have released patches and mitigations to address these vulnerabilities.

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