The senior management of this major oil and gas company was concerned about the growing threat landscape and limited compliance. Moreover, management was determined to reach a higher state of connected operation in order to enable informed, data driven decision and allow remote monitoring of field assets by 1st and 3rd party experts.
The enterprise strategy was based on three pillars:
- Top down approach for a standardizing plant-wide security practice
- Focus on security essential and automate their enforcement to save scarce engineering and IT personal time
- Outsource the ongoing monitoring of OT security and compliance to a specialized company
In less than two years this company deployed nearly 20 sites, reaching improved ICS security, better compliance and global standardization.
- What is the aim to strengthen OT security posture and compliance maturity?
- What challenges are organizations with complex ICS networks facing when addressing OT security?
- Review of a global OT security project strategy, architecture and functionalities
- Outcome and recommendation for other industrial and critical infrastructure organizations