Companies operating in the midstream oil and gas market face significant challenges in securing their infrastructure. The first step to reducing risk is knowing what devices and networks are running on your system.
Find out how an industrial cyber security and visibility solution addresses the real-world challenges of pipeline operators.
It was reported today that Norsk Hydro has temporarily stopped aluminum production at several plants following an attack by the ransomware known as LockerGoga.
Nozomi Networks Labs has conducted a preliminary evaluation of LockerGoga. Read on to learn about this ransomware and our research team’s assessment of it.
With the responsibility to keep their companies ahead of all enterprisewide threats, CIOs or CISOs certainly feel the pressure. They’re often challenged by lack of experience in managing digital risk from the industrial side of the company.
A key part of the solution is simple: an IT/OT SOC. And, the good news is that there is a straightforward way to integrate ICS security oversight into an existing SOC.
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.
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.