World Security Report2018-05-08 15:04:12
Indegy Launches Industrial Security Risk Assessment Service
Indegy has launched a risk assessment service that enables organizations to quickly and affordably assess security exposures in their operational technology (OT) environments right down to individual controller configurations. Indegy’s expertise and unique ability to gain deep insight into ICS activity, provides unprecedented visibility and control into the security posture of Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and their networks.
Following the recent United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) technical alert which revealed that attacks were already underway against critical infrastructure sectors, many industrial organizations are re-evaluating their security risk management practices. The Indegy Risk Assessment Service enables executives, managers, security analysts, IT personnel and automation engineers to immediately understand the specific vulnerabilities and security gaps in their environments.
The service provides a comprehensive view that identifies risks, maps them to their origin and scores the severity to provide a blueprint for remediation.The Indegy Risk Assessment Service takes into account cyber threats, malicious insider security alerts, known vulnerabilities and specific control device configurations that may expose them to potentially malicious threats. The report generates a risk score for the entire network and per asset, to capture the overall cyber security posture of the organization.
“Most industrial organizations are now realizing that their OT environment is at risk more than ever before and they need to implement new security controls. Their biggest challenge is knowing where to start,” says Mille Gandelsman, CTO of Indegy. “Our Risk Assessment Service provides facilities operators with clear and documented visibility into all the risks, vulnerabilities and exposures in their OT networks. More importantly it delivers an actionable blueprint for closing security gaps that can and have taken down mission critical operations.”
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