Preventing downtime and contractual penalties in automated manufacturing
Automated, networked production in the manufacturing industry depends on real-time processes. Operational Technology (OT) failures inevitably lead to downtime, quality problems, delays in the supply chain and subsequent contractual penalties. Third-party interference also jeopardizes the safety of people and equipment.
The risk of novel cyberattacks, ransomware spillover, and technical error conditions has risen sharply over the past decade. At the same time, security managers are struggling with the continuing shortage of OT security professionals and are under intense cost pressure.
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Simple and effective OT security for the manufacturing sector
Detect attacks on your operational technology network
With Rhebo, companies in the automated manufacturing sector can secure their industrial process and infrastructures against professional, multi-stage cyber attacks in a targeted manner. We establish complete asset visibility in the OT, identify vulnerabilities, and detect cyber incidents in real time that could put the security, integrity, and availability of critical processes at risk.
Ensure legal and standard compliance
Rhebo solutions comply to and support the security requirements for a thorough security posture laid out in the IEC 62443 standard as well as NIS 2 Directive. With our OT monitoring, anomaly detection, and security services, we deliver simple, focused, and rapidly integrated solutions to meet the requirements for logging and detecting security-related events in OT, and to ensure rapid response to incidents.
Bridge the OT security resources gap
Rhebo supports its customers along the entire OT security lifecycle – from initial risk analysis, to integration and baselining, to managed OT monitoring with the Rhebo threat and intrusion detection. Companies in the automated manufacturing sector can thus focus on their core business without losing sight of the security of their critical processes.
3 steps to intrusion detection in your OT
Step 1: Risk analysis
Establish visibility and identify existing risks and vulnerabilities with the Rhebo Industrial Security Assessment
Step 2: Intrusion detection
Integrate an industrial IDS with OT monitoring and anomaly detection with Rhebo Industrial Protector
Step 3: Support
Bridge your OT security resource gap and tap into Rhebo’s long-standing expertise with Rhebo Managed Protection