Critical Infrastructure Protections for Public Utilities
A federal analysis revealed that if only 9 of the country’s 55,000 electrical substations were to go down — whether for mechanical issues or malicious intent — the nation would plunge into a coast-to-coast blackout. As the risk of criminally motivated attacks on critical infrastructure rises, the need for broad security measures that provide the proper education, segmentation, monitoring and redundancies has never been greater.
A recent survey by Black & Veatch of electric utility personnel reported that their systems are not protected appropriately and would incur additional operational security risks to do so.
Coalfire Offers Public Utilities:
Risk analysis of where likely cyber attacks may occur
NERC CIP assessments
Third-party assessment of SIEM tools