- Cybersecurity & Privacy - Identity & Authentication Management
- Cybersecurity & Privacy - Intrusion Detection
- Cybersecurity & Privacy - Malware Protection
- Cybersecurity Services
Effectively securing its generation and transmission operations required the company to confront and overcome the following challenges:
- Inherently insecure OT networks: Complex and widely distributed architecture, limited OT visibility, and inadequate security controls gave attackers hundreds of possible entry points into the company’s OT networks.
- OT redundancy: The redundancy of the company’s OT environment meant that attacks were typically only detected if they caused immediate, easily noticeable damage.
- Heavy reliance on OT remote access: The company’s power plants utilize a large number of unmanned power generation units and also rely on multiple vendors to maintain and service their heat recovery generation systems (HRGS).
Power Generation and Transmission Company- Name not disclosed
The company serves millions of customers over a nationwide transmission network
The company deployed The Claroty Platform on top of its existing infrastructure and utilized the following components:
- Continuous Threat Detection (CTD) for full-spectrum OT asset visibility, continuous security monitoring, and real-time risk insights with zero impact on operational processes and underlying devices.
- Secure Remote Access (SRA) to safeguard OT networks from threats introduced via potential misconfigurations and unauthorized users, including third-party contractors.
- Enterprise Management Console (EMC) to simplify management overall, consolidating data from across The Claroty Platform and providing a unified view of assets, activities, and alerts across multiple sites. The platform also integrates seamlessly via EMC with IT infrastructure.