We offer solutions for a wide range of sectors and industries. As your automated system becomes more integrated, the need for protection increases. Cyber attacks pose a growing threat in todays automated systems and several standards and regulations have been developed to increase the level of security. Consequences of an attack may range from economical to public health and safety. We can help you mitigate these risks, today and in the future.


Oil & Gas

Oil & Gas

The energy industry represents a target rich environment for cyber attacks by criminals, terrorists, and hacktivists. While their respective goals may differ, the risks and potential consequences of a successfully executed cyber attack against energy assets, particularly O&G assets, may be severe—even if the attacker did not intend those consequences to occur. Energy assets are pervasive throughout a nation’s infrastructure and are critical to the supply chains that provide the basis for national economic and defense well being. Energy critical infrastructure, and particularly that used in the O&G industry, depends on a myriad industrial control systems (ICS) vulnerable for several reasons. O&G relies on a vast inter-connected network of ICS in exploration, drilling, transportation, and production of its products. Contact us to find out how we can help you protect your assets.


Power Grid

n 2015 the Ukraine Power Grid was hit by large-scale breakdown, leaving 220 000 people without electricity for several hours. The cause was later identified as a cyber attack which interfered with the automated control system. The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) is an international regulatory authority whose mission is to assure the reliability of the bulk power system in North America. In 2009, NERC issued a public notice addressing the low level of protection of the electric grid against cyber attacks. NERC has developed a set of standards for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) which providers of electric utilities are enforced to comply with. Our solution can help you meet several of the NERC CIP requirements.


Critical infrastructure

A large amount of the infrastructure is dependent on automated systems. These systems may be vital to a nation´s security, economic security and public health and safety. Contact us to find out how we can protect your assets.

  • Signaling systems
  • Flight control
  • Water management
  • Communications

Critical Manufacturing

Critical manufacturing is crucial to economic prosperity and continuity. An attack on certain elements of the manufacturing industry could disrupt essential functions on a national level and across multiple critical infrastructure sectors. Our solution can protect your assets, today, and in the future.

  • Primary Metals Manufacturing
  • Food and beverage
  • Machinery Manufacturing
  • Electric equipment, Appliance and Component Manufacturing
  • Transportation Equipment Manufacturing