ICS / OT Cyber Risk Management & Cybersecurity
For Engineers, By Engineers.
It's no secret... Operational technology (OT) cybersecurity is a challenge on many fronts. This is especially true when dealing with two separate cultures such as enterprise IT on one side and engineering and operations on the other. However, OT cyber risks don't exist in a vacuum, and often start from within IT networks. Therefore, a comprehensive approach is warranted, and the two sides must often find a way to work together to find common ground.
ThreatGEN has decades of experience working from within operational environments as well as IT. When it comes to OT cybersecurity (cyber risk management), we believe the process should start from within operations, first. Risk management is not new to industrial operators. They have been assessing and managing risk for decades, and they are good at it. It’s often called a Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) or Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP). Therefore, cybersecurity is not something new that needs to be implemented into, or “bolted on” to, operations. “Cyber” is simply a new area of risk to consider. Therefore, industrial “cybersecurity” should start from within engineering and operations, using an engineering-minded approach.
ThreatGEN works with your team in many ways to improve your resiliency and OT cybersecurity capabilities, and help you reduce cyber-related risks to your production environments.
We help organizations identify, assess, and manage industrial cyber risk in a way that is safe, resource-effective, and makes sense to engineers, IT, and business leaders alike.