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Electric utility cybersecurity strategies that were good enough five years ago might not be good enough today. In response to public demands for distributed energy production, grid control systems are being connected to third-party systems; this introduces new exposures, including vulnerabilities in the supply chain. At the same time, vulnerabilities exist in many utility-owned devices such as voltage regulators, smart switches, capacitors, RTUs, human-machine interface (HMI) systems and SCADA software.
Comply with NERC-CIP standards and NISTIR 8228. Our Platform includes a broad range of security functions that help you comply with five of the NERC-CIP utility cybersecurity standards and all four of the risk mitigation areas listed in Goal 1 of the NIST 800-82 cyber security framework.
NISTIR 8228 is a relatively new framework that is especially relevant for OT devices within utility environments. NISTIR 800-82 is broader in scope than the NERC-CIP standards. It recognizes the importance of securing all IoT devices in your environment—both BES Critical Assets and other devices in your environment and your airspace that may be used as part of a cyber attack kill chain.
Prioritize your efforts to protect the most vulnerable areas. Novesh can provide you a cybersecurity platform that not only identifies all connected devices on your network and in your airspace but also can tell whether any device has vulnerabilities that you should know about. Using this platform, you will have:
Do you have enough visibility to attacks coming from your supply chain and other third-party sources? What is your level of cybersecurity maturity as measured by the NERC-CSF framework?