The rapid development of Industry 4.0 and the digital transformation forced the energy sector to integrate new IT technologies into the OT operating environment. Enterprises more and more often show an increased awareness of risks related to business continuity and cybersecurity, occurring not only in IT networks, but also in OT networks. The ongoing convergence of information technology (IT) networks and operational technology (OT) networks increases the complexity and vulnerability of industrial control systems (ICS).
In many production networks there is still the problem of incomplete infrastructure inventory and, as a consequence, industrial plants are not aware of the current network architecture and the services it provides. This results in security systems vulnerabilities that pose a challenge not only to security teams, but to the entire organization.
The system provides knowledge about the current network
architecture: identifies devices, draws up network maps, monitors
critical processes by analyzing automation traffic supporting
the risk and business continuity management process. See more about Scadvance XP →
Real-time monitoring is based on both artificial intelligence
and rule-based methods, whitelists, etc. The system monitors
the industrial network with the use of an advanced analytical
engine, which, using artificial intelligence models, immediately
identifies events deviating from the standard behavior
of the industrial network.
Scadvance XP® does not affect monitored OT networks
and devices. Traffic monitoring works passively and
non-invasively as the probes are galvanically isolated from
the monitored network. The hardware probes and their software
are designed and manufactured by ICsec - this ensures full control
over the production process.
The system supports specialized protocols and is independent
of the ICS control systems manufacturers and suppliers. See more about Scadvance XP →
Scadvance XP® collects information about threats and vulnerabilities. Thanks to the built-in workflow system, it enables the classification of an event into an incident, saving at the same time the history of the process, actions taken, responsible persons and a copy of the traffic that documents the course of the incident. The reporting function helps the user to automate the alerting of incidents as part of their own security system (Security Operation Center) or as part of the fulfillment of obligations under the KSC Act. See more about Scadvance XP →
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