Today’s industrial infrastructure is stronger and smarter than ever before. As manufacturers seek greater scalability and efficiency, they’ve automated and digitized their machines to achieve unprecedented power. But these “super” […]
Symantec’s new “Internet Security Threat Report,” shows a 200% increase in reported supply chain cyberattacks year on year. A supply chain attack seeks to damage an organization by targeting vulnerable elements in its global supply network. For example, auto suppliers’ contribution to vehicle has increased from 56% in the 1980s to over 80% today. The supply chain issue is the same whether the organization is involved in automotive, critical infrastructure, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), medical devices, or national security.
McLean, Virginia, October 2, 2017 – RunSafe Security, Inc., a cybersecurity startup pioneering cyber hardening technology, announced that it has been selected to join Virginia’s MACH37 program.
RunSafe’s patented technology protects critical infrastructure and its embedded systems – from industrial control systems to drones, vehicles and medical devices – from cyber-attack. The company has early market traction in the automotive and communications infrastructure industries, including protecting cloud infrastructure, networking equipment and appliances.