Security provider, Radiflow, released a new version of its iSID industrial threat detection solution.
In this new version, iSID analyzes the OT network and maps the operational business processes of the industrial facility. All business processes on the OT network are then graphically displayed, while each network-connected asset now includes the details of the business processes that each is connected to within the asset inventory maintained by iSID. The iSID operator can then use this information to rank the business processes according to their critical impact and adjust the risk scoring, resulting in a business-driven prioritization of the risk mitigations.
In addition, Radiflow added a framework for delivering ongoing insight and actionable recommendations for reducing the risks on the OT network.
For each identified risk, iSID calculates a risk score based a set of best practices for OT cybersecurity defined by Radiflow. Each identified risk also includes a description of its potential impact on operational business processes and recommendations for mitigation. For example, upon detecting potential attack paths to and access vectors on the OT network, iSID would calculate a risk score based on the increased attack surface and potential damage, and then provide the user with recommendations for threat mitigation measures.
“By mapping business processes and prioritizing OT risks according business impact, industrial enterprises can address the most important vulnerabilities first in order to reduce the potential for business interruptions, which are critical for factories, manufacturers and similar industrial enterprises, especially in the private sector,” said Michael Langer, chief product officer at Radiflow.
These new additions to the iSID solution can end up leveraged by Radiflow’s OT MSSP partners to offer ongoing OT risk analysis and mediation services to their industrial enterprise customers.