Critical infrastructure has become a prime target for cyberattacks, as digital systems continue to replace traditional controls and introduce new, unknown and complex cybersecurity vulnerabilities. From transportation and financial services to power and chemical plants, healthcare facilities and data centers, owners of critical systems are now faced with the challenge of mitigating cyberattacks while maintaining reliability and availability of operations.
Traditionally analog and disparate, connected industrial control systems (ICS) and SCADA systems provide attackers the advantage of infiltrating just one system to gain control of every system and device connected to it. As a result, a single successful cyberattack could potentially take an entire sector of critical infrastructure offline, disrupting operations, denying availability, costing millions of dollars per hour and risking public safety.
By cyberhardening critical devices and systems, RunSafe Security prevents a single exploit from propagating across multiple systems, thereby shrinking attack surfaces, closing a massive vulnerability, and minimizing the opportunity for physical damage and destruction.