Now-a-days major industries of are composed of finely automated sectors, which are operated by interconnected, self-regulating systems known as industrial control systems.
Initially, ICS had little resemblance to traditional information technology (IT) systems in that ICS were isolated systems running proprietary control protocols using specialized hardware and software. Widely available, low-cost Internet Protocol (IP) devices are now replacing proprietary solutions, which increases the possibility of cyber security vulnerabilities and incidents. This requires a whole new set of security measures to protect the industrial control systems from external and remote threats as well as the localized ones.
We audit Industrial Control System and determine the weaknesses and corrections required to make them secure.