Cyberattacks have caught up to the critical infrastructure sector.
Organizations today are vulnerable to attacks that can cause disastrous consequences for citizens, countries, and governments.
For example, the well-known Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack impacted equipment that managed the pipeline, causing fuel shortages and leading to high
fuel prices, airline cancellations, and financial loss.
By switching from a reactive to a proactive approach, critical infrastructure organizations can predict if and how cyberattacks can evade their defenses.
Critical infrastructure organizations can take measures to shore up the gap in a continuous and manageable fashion. They can mitigate risks, gain the maximum value of their cybersecurity spend, and clearly communicate to leadership the reduced risk trending over time.
Learn more about the unique challenges of the critical infrastructure industry in this brochure.Read More