Assessment Service Pinpoints Industrial Security Risks

Indegy offers a risk assessment service that enables organizations to quickly and affordably assess security risk exposures in their operational technology environments right down to individual controller configurations. 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 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. It takes into account cyber threats, malicious insider security alerts, known vulnerabilities and specific control device configurations that may expose them to potentially malicious threats.

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Providing visibility into ICS risk, the service combines advanced network traffic monitoring and analysis with patent-pending device-integrity assessment capabilities to generate a complete and detailed security risk assessment report for industrial networks. The service builds a risk profile for each asset using a wide range of signals and details that span inventory and assets, controller activity, traffic activity, network access and control, published vulnerabilities, and open ports. To find out more and request a security risk assessment, visit Idegy Industrial Cyber Security and Anatomy of ICS Attacks.

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