A hydroelectric plant in New York, a generator in a Los Angeles factory, and a large fabrication plant in Taiwan all have something in common – they are all exposed to cyber-attacks. Manipulating or even attacking these systems ultimately cause substantial damage to both the infrastructure and the people dependent on it.


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has acknowledged that a public utility in the U.S. was recently compromised by a sophisticated hacker group.


The Reality

Cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure are happening daily

Cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure are now occurring daily. From pharmacy’s prescription systems to surveillance cameras at casinos and large utilities, every organization is a potential target. In the first half of 2013 alone. the U.S. Department of Homeland Security investigated over 200 serious cyber-attacks against critical infrastructure networks.

This, together with the exponential growth expected in the number of network devices being managed by utilities over the next few years means we’re only seeing the start of the epidemic.







More Device

There more and more devices being added to the Industrial Internet


Some systems were implemented decades ago when sophisticated attacks were less common


Our world has become smarter with more machines-to-machine communications, meaning more options for potential attacks

Increased Sophistication

Attackers are evolving and so are their attacks, as such the level of sophistication increases

The Challange

Physical networks are more vulnerable

Most systems, which at current times are part of in the Industrial Internet, were implemented decades ago at a time when the risk of a sophisticated attack on them was considered very low. Coupled with the explosion of the Internet of Things and machine-to-machine communications calls for a distinct and fundamental change in the way the Industrial Internet is protected.

The Change

Low touch integration and platform agnostic systems

Low touch integration and platform agnostic systems utilizing innovative technology to protect the Industrial Internet. A paradigm shift, if you will, in cyber security - combining both security and operations of complex networks to provide a more robust, context aware, security solution.

CyberX provides exactly this, with an advanced security platform for various industries, ranging from Energy and Manufacturing to intelligent connected devices. CyberX seamlessly collects data from all around the network and passes it to its backend servers, where Big Data and Machine Learning are utilized to create real understanding of the operational behavior of the network.