Industrial Cyber Security Blog
How does your company’s perception of ICS risk compare to that of other organizations? Are your security roadblocks similar to others? And, where does your company rank in terms of managing OT/IT convergence?
If you would like to know where you stand, the SANS Institute has just released its 2019 survey containing all the answers. Let’s look at what it says about these common ICS issues.
This week at Cisco Live!, Nozomi Networks is proudly introducing its solution for real-time cyber security and OT network visibility on Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series switches.
Find out about this consolidated offering that gives industrial operators a powerful switching platform with built-in industrial cyber security capabilities.
While poorly handled data breaches capture the headlines, it’s refreshing to note a recent industrial cyber incident that has been applauded by experts. The event in question is the LockerGoga ransomware attack on Norsk Hydro.
If you’re concerned about the potential damage a cyberattack could have on your organization’s standing, don’t miss these three key steps to protecting your reputation.
Recent Labs Posts
Today, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued ICS CERT Advisory (ICSA-19-120-01) concerning Rockwell Automation CompactLogix controllers.
Nozomi Networks responsibly disclosed the vulnerability to CISA and Rockwell Automation.
Read on to learn about our findings and gain a better understanding of the cyber risks of legacy devices.
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.
Nozomi Networks Labs is committed to conducting cyber security research that makes industrial organizations more secure. Our latest project involves enhancing Radamsa, an open source fuzzing tool for testing software.
Our new code makes it faster and easier to test devices that communicate over industrial networks, such as PLCs and RTUs, for security vulnerabilities.