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Energy and utilities companies are not only the target of ransomware attacks, but nation-state compromise and exploitation in both the IT and ICS landscapes. We believe these challenges pose a critical vulnerability to address through proactive measures of monitoring and remediation.

Whether it’s meeting industry regulations like NERC CIP, NRC RG, or more, we’ve developed onboarding and reporting functionality to give you an instant lift and help you meet compliance with greater ease. We equip you with the tools, people, and knowledge to help you protect the critical infrastructure that supports our way of life.

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Cybersecurity for Utilities: Municipal Utilities Have Become a Major Target
From IDS and IPS to SIEM: What You Should Know
Cybersecurity for Utilities: Critical Infrastructure Has Become a Major Target
Cybersecurity for Utilities: Municipal Utilities Have Become a Major Target

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Cybersecurity for Utilities: Municipal Utilities Have Become a Major Target

It's no secret cyberattacks are becoming more advanced and more frequent, affecting a variety of high-profile targets. Financial institutions, healthcare facilities, universities, and government agencies are feeling the effects. Still, most people are surprised to hear municipal utility companies have become a major target for nation-state actors.

From IDS and IPS to SIEM: What You Should Know

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From IDS and IPS to SIEM: What You Should Know

The early attacks were simple ones, taking advantage of glaring software weaknesses. The harm was usually easy to fix, even if it cost time. Firewalls did a pretty good job just by blocking hostile addresses and limiting port access. But as billion-dollar companies have moved onto the Web, the intrusions have evolved into high-stakes crime

Cybersecurity for Utilities: Critical Infrastructure Has Become a Major Target

More resources to help you stay informed

Cybersecurity for Utilities: Critical Infrastructure Has Become a Major Target

It’s no secret cyberattacks are becoming more advanced and more frequent, affecting a variety of high-profile targets. Financial institutions, healthcare facilities, universities, and government agencies are feeling the effects. Still, most people are surprised to hear municipal utility companies have become a major target for nation-state actors.

MDR vs. MSSP vs. SIEMaaS:
What are the differences and what does it mean for me?

 The goal of this document is to break down the meaning behind common terminology and explain the differences between several of the most prominent security offerings in the market (MDR, MSSP, and SIEMaaS).

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