Industrial Cybersecurity With Kaspersky
Malicious attacks on industrial systems – including industrial control systems (ICS) and supervisory control and data acquisition systems (SCADA) – have increased significantly in recent years. As the Stuxnet and BlackEnergy attacks have shown, one infected USB drive or single spear-phishing email is all it takes for attackers to bridge the air gap and penetrate an isolated network. Traditional security is no longer enough to protect industrial environments from cyber threats. As threats targeting critical infrastructure increase, choosing the right advisor and technology partner to secure your systems has never been more important.
“Kaspersky’s task was to ensure the cybersecurity of industrial computers and SCADA servers with no impact on the industrial process and require no changes to the SCADA configuration. This was accomplished in full by Kaspersky”
“Their experience in the ICS cybersecurity domain, professionalism and the complexity of their solution, in comparison with other suppliers, has given us great value and ensured a bright future for our company’s security strategy”
“Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity addresses the real needs of our enterprise and meets our main cybersecurity requirements for industrial processes. I’m sure that cooperation between NLMK and Kaspersky will not be limited to this pilot project – it is the beginning of a promising technology partnership”
Kaspersky ICS CERT experts have identified a series of targeted attacks on organizations located in different countries. Attack victims include suppliers of equipment and software for industrial enterprises. Via @Kopeicev https://t.co/5itNvvO2f8 pic.twitter.com/SMsjk1yJoU
— Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity (@KasperskyICS) May 28, 2020
“Based on Shodan statistics, currently there are no directly exposed OpenEnterprise SCADA systems available,” @VDashchenko explained. “It means that asset owners with installed OpenEnterprise are definitely following the basic security principles for industrial control systems.” https://t.co/jUhw5Xl5h1
— Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity (@KasperskyICS) May 26, 2020
Roman Lozko of @Kaspersky helped Emerson close remotely exploitable vulnerability with the low skill level to exploit (CVSS v3 10.0) in OpenEnterprise SCADA Software. Emerson has released updates and recommendations to reduce the risk. https://t.co/2kACUt8qrg
— Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity (@KasperskyICS) May 24, 2020
As threats targeting critical industrial infrastructure increase, choosing the right advisor and technology partner to secure your systems has never been more important. Why not contact Kaspersky’s experts and find out more about the future of industrial cyber security?