We live in a connected world, one where physical boundaries no longer protect us. All of the world's top organisations, banks to power plants, rely upon a strong cyber security policy. That being said, network and device protection is still not being taken seriously in 2017. Cyber-attacks are an international concern; high-profile breaches have proven national and global economies are at risk. Even more worrisome, attacks on critical national infrastructure put lives at risk.
At MAC we are dedicated to understanding what's important to our customer, to best help them secure their equipment and software systems from cyber-attacks. Our Cyber initiative is focused on protecting your operational networks, controllers and software systems from not only the known attack vector, but the zero day too.
History goes to show that defence is important, but being able to be agile and reactive within your own network reduces the impact if the worst does occur. With that in mind, we ensure that all of our customers have resilient disaster recovery plans in place, with mature tools and practices that hold up to all industrial and network protocols and systems.
Learns deterministic nature of industrial networks
Discovery of zero-day vulnerabilities
No interruption to operations
USB Device Security/Sheepdip
Eliminates the human factor in your security equation
Prevents the use of unauthorised USB based devices
Zone based authorisation for USB devices
PLC/SCADA Change Management
Recognises unauthorised changes
Personnel time/date stamp based change log audit trail
Full deployable history of previous versions
Platform independence: from an embedded micro-controller to cloud-based infrastructure
Extensible: ability to add new features without affecting existing applications
Comprehensive information modeling: for defining complex information