Industrial Control Systems (ICS)/ Operations Technology (OT)

Security Assessment

Industrial Control Systems (ICS)/ Operations Technology (OT) Security Assessment

Manufacturing denotes the fabrication or assembly of components into finished products on a fairly large scale. Any industry that makes products from raw materials using machinery which could also be connected to some wireless network which creates high cyber security risk. As these environments converge and expand, your attack surface and attack vectors do, too.

That means you likely have blind spots across your converged IT/OT infrastructure that can lead to unacceptable risk. At AmynaSec, we work diligently to secure your environments from all these threats.

Services:

  • ICS/ OT Device Security Program Maturity Assessment
  • Product Security Governance, Regulatory, and Compliance (GRC) Technology Design, Development, and Implementation
  • Security Program Design, Development, and Implementation
  • Technical Security Testing
  • Audit Support based on IEC 62443, NIST 800-82, NIST 800-53 and NIST,AER, Qatar standards

Top 10 Vulnerabilities

Information System Perimeter in ICS

Top 3 ICS Threat Vectors

Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security Assessment

  • ICS/OT Device Security Program Maturity Assessment
  • Product Security Governance, Regulatory, and Compliance (GRC) Technology Design, Development, and Implementation
  • Security Program Design, Development, and Implementation
  • Vulnerability and Risk Assessment
  • Product security testing
  • Audit Support based on IEC 62443, NIST 800-82, NIST 800-53 and NIST,AER, Qatar standardsICS are command and control networks and systems designed to support industrial processes. The largest subgroup of ICS is SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems.

 

Defence in Depth

Defense in depth is the coordinated use of security countermeasures to protect the integrity of information assets in an environment/ecosystem. It is especially a security strategy based on layered defenses has proven significantly more effective, no matter whether for military, commercial or industrial applications. What makes the security measures more effective is the layered approach: if one layer fails, there is still another that can protect the property more firmly.

 

Training

In many cases, the individuals administering a control system network may not have adequate security training. This situation is generally due to a lack of funding or appreciation for the importance of this training. Training is a core component of an overarching security awareness program, and is comprised of several key attributes used to support the protection of key information and information resources.