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The utilities industry – electric power, water, and waste treatment – is a target for cyber–attacks with potentially devastating effects in the event of a prolonged outage.
Utilities providers need to protect critical infrastructure from attacks, as well as prevent valuable intellectual property from being stolen. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems are the backbone of utilities networks, but often contain critical vulnerabilities and lack basic security controls. Increasingly, SCADA devices are connected to the internet, further increasing the risk of an attack.
We understand the unique security needs of your industry. Find out how we can put that insight to work for you.
Vulnerabilities and configuration issues in SCADA systems can lead to a full–scale breach. Nexpose makes it easy to identify and prioritize critical risks across your organization without disrupting day–to–day operations. After remediation, you can use Metasploit to simulate an attack and verify the effectiveness of your controls.
We want to help you spot unwanted intruders before they reach critical infrastructure and control systems, so there aren't serious problems. With InsightIDR, your team will detect intruders earlier in the attack chain, or our Managed Detection and Response team can handle the detection for you 24/7, to stop the breach before the damage is done.
Nexpose provides a pre–configured SCADA scan template that performs a NERC audit of all systems using only safe checks. Our Security Advisory Services can help you align your security program with best practices and compliance requirements, and recommend tactical and strategic initiatives to drive measurable improvements.
Compliance should boost your security, not burden it. Rapid7's NERC compliance guide lays out the requirements of compliance, as well as the things you can do to not only meet those requirements, but improve your overall security in the process.
The best way to determine where your SCADA systems and corporate assets are vulnerable to attacks is to, well, attack them. Find out how penetration testing your organization can help reveal – and fix – your security program's weaknesses.