Is your industrial infrastructure protected against cyber attacks? An increasing number of cyber attacks against industrial control systems (ICS), energy networks and other critical infrastructure can cause more than just reputational damage and financial loss. Cyber attackers taking control of production systems can wreak havoc, leading to physical damage, manipulated products or catastrophic events. Operational technology (OT) in the production environment is increasingly connected in order to enhance efficiency and operability. However, longer lifecycles and patch times make OT systems more vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Globally operating companies are especially exposed to growing risks in their OT environment, for instance as a result of acquisitions, historical structures with inconsistent procedures, unclear responsibilities, failure to update standards for the OT environment although needed and the use of outdated solutions lacking OT security at a global level.
Our multidisciplinary teams offer you tailored services for a joint IT/OT governance model with a global responsibility matrix. We help you to implement a comprehensive OT security framework for all relevant assets, prepare a technical draft together and provide you with support in adjusting OT security services. We also offer you best practice in IT/OT service management processes and security enablement for industrial production.
More than 7,000 cybersecurity, risk management and forensic technology professionals as well as IoT specialists around the world carry out risk assessments based on economic and geopolitical aspects in order to gain a realistic, comprehensive understanding of risks and enable targeted decision-making.
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