Modern connected products such as sensors, pumps, smart meters, controllers, and gateways are used by utility companies to drive automation and efficiency in their infrastructure. Yet it is becoming increasingly difficult to see and control the cybersecurity risks coming from those devices. To effectively manage exposure to 3rd party software and supply chain risks, utility companies need insights into the composition and security posture of assets deployed in their OT environment, as well as automated threat intelligence, continuous vulnerability monitoring, and prioritization to inform them about the severity of the threat.
In this document you will learn how utility companies can:
- Effectively manage their exposure to risk from cybersecurity threats targeting connected devices
- Reduce the time and effort of validating the security of deployed products leveraging automated analysis
- Establish and consistently enforce security requirements for connected products
- Make informed procurement decisions based on products' security posture