Industrial Consulting Service Closes Security Gaps

Honeywell’s CyberVantage Security Consulting Services are designed to help industrial and critical infrastructure users identify and eliminate dangerous security weaknesses. The company’s services portfolio now includes Penetration Testing, providing active defenses against “white-hat” hackers who exploit customer defenses to fix them. It also offers System Hardening to reduce software vulnerabilities and assist users in safely complying with global Center for Internet Security (CIS) industry benchmarks.

 

The new Penetration Testing and System Hardening offerings expand the Honeywell CyberVantage Security Consulting Services portfolio of more than 30 services that deliver comprehensive cybersecurity expertise to industrial clients, from assessments and audits to remediation. CyberVantage customers have access to hundreds of cybersecurity experts, as well as multiple Industrial Cybersecurity Centers of Excellence located around the world to simulate, validate and accelerate their multi-vendor industrial cybersecurity solutions. The purpose-built, state-of-the-art facilities are staffed by Honeywell cybersecurity experts. For more information visit Honeywell Industrial Cyber Security Solutions and Services.

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