OT Security Assessments
OT (Operational Technology) security assessment is a process of evaluating and identifying the security risks and vulnerabilities in the systems, networks, and devices used in industrial and critical infrastructure environments.
The goal of an OT security assessment is to ensure the safe and reliable operation of industrial and critical infrastructure systems and to minimize the risk of cyberattacks, system failures, and other security incidents that could have a significant impact on public safety, the environment, and the economy.
ICS Device and Application Vulnerability Assessment
This assessment involves an in-depth analysis of the OT devices and applications deployed by the organization, to identify potential vulnerabilities that cybercriminals could exploit. The assessment also provides recommendations on how to mitigate these vulnerabilities and enhance the security of the organization's OT environment.
ICS Network Vulnerability Assessment
This assessment identifies network infrastructure vulnerabilities that support the organization's OT environment. The assessment includes an analysis of the network topology, protocols used, and access controls, among other things. This assessment helps organizations identify potential entry points for cybercriminals and take necessary steps to mitigate these risks.
involves simulating a cyber attack on the organization's OT environment to identify potential vulnerabilities that attackers could exploit. This assessment provides insights into the effectiveness of the organization's cybersecurity defenses and helps identify areas where improvements can be made to reduce the risk of a successful cyber attack.