Industrial Control Systems and their Operational Technology assets remain a prime target for persistent attacks - particularly those deemed as Critical National Infrastructure (CNI). These critical, high-risk systems have unique security requirements to prevent compromise - but how do you identify these?
IriusRisk helps engineers and security analysts to quickly understand the security threats that apply to the design of a system. To alleviate the challenges posed by the unique and increasingly complex requirements within Industrial Automation and Control Systems (IACS), we've built a dedicated module for the global standard created by the ISA Global Security Alliance: IEC/ANSI 62443.
The challenges of adopting IEC/ANSI 62443 standards
- How do I navigate and prioritize controls according to risk?
- How do I identify the threats to my infrastructure?
- Where do I find the expertise (or the time) to identify and enact the specific controls necessary?
- How do I know if I am compliant with IEC/ANSI 62443, or if I am meeting my target security level?
- How do I know if the controls that I have implemented have adequately secured my infrastructure?
The answer? Start Left. Engage the power of automated threat modeling and secure design for IEC/ANSI 62443
- Make your risk assessments count: use threat modeling to define the specific controls required for assessment and uniquely applicable to your systems
- Visualize your risk, establish your security baseline, and achieve your target security level
- Produce your security requirements near-instantly using our 27 independently-configured components to remediate threats
- Harness an instantly accessible library of all 186 pages of IEC/ANSI 62443 for software development: Parts 3-3 (Network and System Security) and 4-2 (Security for Industrial Automation and Control Systems)
- Reduce hours of manual analysis to seconds: watch IriusRisk define your mandatory controls for each component.
- Businesses that need to comply, build, and design according to IEC/ANSI 62443
- Manufacturers of network and industrial control systems, such as PLCs, controllers, sensors, etc.
- Teams responsible for the maintenance of industrial control systems throughout the SDLC
- Medical technology and healthcare providers
- Operational technology industries and CNI, such as rail and transport, power stations, petrochemicals, water, recycling, metal and fabric manufacturing.