Choose the Right Security Tools for Your Organization
A checklist for CISOs
Evaluate your information security ROI with this checklist
Calculating ROI for cybersecurity is essential for every CISO who wants to optimize their security spend without compromising. Learn more in our checklist.
Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity: How to Align with Tier 4 NIST Framework Guidelines
With the environment, high-value assets, and even human lives at stake, strong critical infrastructure cybersecurity couldn’t be more vital.
Cyberbit, a CyVent partner, is helping organizations adhere to the NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity with its Cyberbit SCADAShield.
Though IP connectivity has brought huge operational advantages to critical infrastructure organizations, it has also opened the doors to external threats that air-gapped ICS networks weren’t worried about previously.
The NIST Framework is the industry standard for ICS cybersecurity. With the Cyberbit SCADAShield, organizations can implement the NIST Framework at Tier 4 — the highest level of adaptive security.
According to NIST, “behavioral anomaly detection technology can provide a key security component in sustaining business operations, particularly those based on ICS.”
SCADAShield platform uses ICS-specific behavioral analytics and machine learning to rapidly detect anomalous behavior, including:
- Continuous ICS threat monitoring
- Asset discovery
- Considerations for the Financial Services Security Team
- Threat intelligence
- Adaptive risk management
Aligning with the NIST framework at the highest security level requires new technology solutions. In this white paper, learn more about how you can use Cyberbit behavioral analytics and machine learning technology to help keep your ICS network secure in the age of connectivity.
Explore the Challenges & Future of Cybersecurity in Demisto’s State of Incident Response Report
Technological advancements are making our work and lives easier. But securing innovative new tools? That’s never been more difficult.
Security teams continue to be overworked and understaffed, even as cybersecurity demands greater attention.
Demisto’s “The State of SOAR,” their second annual state of incident response report, takes a comprehensive look at the greatest points of concern for security teams, including:
Rising alert volumes
The cyber talent shortage
Piecemeal processes and measurement
The report also takes a look into the future, diving into solutions that have the potential to address our biggest cyber challenges, including:
- Threat hunting
- Automation tools
- Machine learning solutions
What challenges is your security team facing? Reach out to us with any questions or concerns surrounding incident response. CyVent is an authorized Demisto partner, and we’re here to help you work through today’s challenges and prepare for the future.