Energy & utility companies must continuously improve their cybersecurity posture, innovate to better understand and manage risk, and comply with specific industry regulations such as CIP-013.
Operational Technology (OT) and other connected devices part of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) help energy & utility companies to optimize operations. From the grid to the meter, numerous devices and OT are vulnerable to cyber attacks, which can lead to a loss of proprietary data, power outages, equipment damage, or even loss of life.
Finite State helps protect employees, equipment, and sensitive information by analyzing firmware deep inside IoT devices — including smart meters, line sensors, and station controls — proactively providing risk profiles to help improve overall security and comply with regulations such as CIP-013.
Reduce and Manage Risk; Comply with Regulations
In order to mitigate the risks created by connected devices, energy companies need the ability to:
By analyzing firmware buried inside connected devices and OT, Finite State gives defenders a tactical advantage over cyber attackers. With deep insight into hidden vulnerabilities on the network, Finite State helps users understand and mitigate risks, detect advanced threats, and respond to attacks.