Trusted Industrial Cybersecurity for Manufacturing

You may have seen how recent ransomware attacks disrupted production for manufacturing organizations worldwide, resulting in significant impact to uptime and revenue.

Another prominent risk is cyber-espionage leading to theft of corporate trade secrets — such as proprietary formulas, designs, and manufacturing processes — which is the #1 attack vector in manufacturing, according to the Verizon DBIR.

The challenge is compounded as manufacturers adopt digitization initiatives such as Industrie 4.0 to optimize their operations. These modernization initiatives further increase risk by creating a larger attack surface from massive numbers of new IIoT devices and IT/OT convergence to support real-time intelligence.

CyberX provides the most widely-deployed industrial cybersecurity platform for continuously reducing ICS risk. We work with manufacturing organizations worldwide to enable faster detection and response to ICS/SCADA threats including:

  • Industrial malware
  • Targeted attacks
  • Vulnerable assets and networks
  • Operational malfunctions
Unlike IT security tools, our OT-specific security platform:

  • Leverages a deep understanding of industrial protocols (Ethernet/IP, MODBUS, Profinet, Siemens S7, etc.)
  • Incorporates ICS-specific behavioral analytics and threat intelligence — for faster anomaly detection with fewer false positives
  • Provides ICS-specific asset discovery and vulnerability management supporting diverse vendors (Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric, Siemens, GE, etc.)
  • Uses agentless, non-invasive technology with zero impact on your production network; integrates seamlessly with your existing SIEM and other security systems; and is easily deployed as either a virtual or physical appliance

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CyberX is dedicated to securing the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and ICS/SCADA networks. These are just some of the industries protected by the CyberX platform: