Why Business Leaders Need to Focus on Industrial Cyber Security

Why Business Leaders Need to Focus on Industrial Cyber Security

Today’s business leaders are expected to manage risk for their entire organization – from enterprise IT systems to OT environments. With IT and OT systems becoming more connected, and cyberattacks on industry rising, managing risk means shifting focus to industrial cyber security.
Two of the most important measures to take are bringing together IT and OT teams and investing in new technology that improves the visibility and cyber resiliency of industrial networks.

Managing OT Risk While Protecting Your Organization’s Reputation

Managing OT Risk While Protecting Your Organization’s Reputation

Cyber threats can damage your critical OT infrastructure – and your reputation. The Nozomi Networks solution improves cyber resiliency and operational reliability. Standing Partnership’s reputation management advice helps you manage the risk that comes with an attack.

Combining crisis preparedness with advanced cyber security technology will leave you well equipped to protect your OT network – and your reputation, when a cyber incident happens.

Reduce OT Risk with ICS Network Visualization and Asset Inventory

Reduce OT Risk with ICS Network Visualization and Asset Inventory

With alarming headlines about cyberattacks prevalent in the news, managing IT/OT risks has become a top issue for executives. On the OT side, the reality, however, is that staff generally do not have the tools needed to stay on top of cyber security risks.

Fortunately, new solutions are available to help. Find out how the network visualization and asset inventory capabilities of SCADAguardian reduce OT risk.

Thwarting a Power Grid Control Center Cyberattack

Thwarting a Power Grid Control Center Cyberattack

Based on recent reports of Russian involvement in a multistage intrusion of the US power grid, it’s no longer a question of “if” threat actors will gain access to critical infrastructure control systems – it’s when it will happen again, and for what purpose.

What can be done to thwart these potentially disruptive assaults?

Russian Cyberattacks on Critical Infrastructure – What You Need to Know

Russian Cyberattacks on Critical Infrastructure – What You Need to Know

The U.S. government has just released an important cyber security alert that confirms Russian government cyberattacks targeting energy and other critical infrastructure sectors.

The cyber campaign described is not new however, rather it is likely an expanded version of the Dragonfly 2.0 playbook. The Nozomi Networks solution ships today with an analysis toolkit that identifies the presence of Dragonfly.