How to Seamlessly Integrate Cybersecurity Into Your OT Systems with an Agnostic Approach
Industrial cybersecurity in the power space has a vital baseline function: To protect critical infrastructure against cyber threats and attacks. A power plant's lack of cybersecurity is often reflective of the organization's overall risk management posture. Getting key decision-makers at a company to recognize the value of effective solutions that go beyond baseline regulations can be a hurdle. Challenges often stem from a lack of understanding about the different strengths and limitations in information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) environments.
Do you know the benefits of a vendor-agnostic approach to cybersecurity? With an effective integration strategy, your OT network can interface with any type of operating system. Download our eBook to learn how you can implement a cybersecurity plan that gives your organization visibility and control against cyber threats.
Given the myriad hurdles and growing complexity associated with cybersecurity management in the power sector's ever-transforming business landscape, an effective cybersecurity plan that goes beyond risk assessment is necessary.
Cyberattackers are aware that most industrial systems are not being monitored, allowing them free reign to exploit and attack. Without visibility into your OT networks, threat actors can easily cause safety and operational impacts that can possibly turn into catastrophic physical events. Avoid joining the list of organizations that don’t realize they have been hacked until it’s too late.
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Our team is highly skilled in understanding how to manage cyber risk – and address it as an operational safety issue – across diverse industries and market sectors. From assessing and planning, to developing network protections, to managing your detection and incident response, ABS Group will work with you to understand and reduce your cyber risk.