Industrial IT

Industry 4.0 and Industrial IoT are driving forces requiring Industrial and Enterprise Networks to converge. Data is flowing to and from the factory floor and is contextualized to enable more effective business processes and decision making. Unfortunately, this exposes Industrial Systems not designed for the threat world of the Enterprise Network! Industrial Systems have typically been developed with high availability in mind, with less consideration to security. As the frequency and severity of Industrial cyber-attacks continue to increase, it is more important than ever to address the cyber threat landscape your company faces.

As an experienced Systems Integrator, EOSYS understands the demands and risks unique to Industrial Networks.

From Level 0 and Level 1 I/O networks through the Industrial DMZ separating an Industrial Network from your Enterprise Network, EOSYS has the experience and trained resources to help you deploy the secure and validated solution that is right for your operation.

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Coupled with security is the need for a robust network, one that ensures that every message sent is received by the appropriate end device at the right time.

The key business drivers for Cyber Secure and Robust Industrial Networks include:

  • Safety
  • Intellectual Property
  • Equipment Damage
  • Lost Production
  • Reputation
  • Regulation
  • Remote access

Industrial IT Expertise

Address your big gaps with an Initial Needs Workshop with our certified Cyber & Industrial Network Analysts.

Initial Needs Workshop
  • Evaluation
    • Risk Assessment
    • Initial Gap Assessment
      • Attack vectors
      • Physical Security
Network Assesment
  • Network Architecture Review
  • Document Configuration
  • Develop Network Diagram
  • Design Recommendations
  • Long-Term Design Plan
Cyber Risk Assessment
  • Reference Standards
    • NIST SP-800
    • IEC 62443 / S99
  • Asset Inventory
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Long-Term Risk Mitigation Plan
    • Prioritized Countermeasures (based on risk and cost)
  • Perimeter
    • Network & Physical
  • Network Upgrade
  • Policy Development
  • Patch Management
  • Authorization
  • Server Hardening
  • Awareness Training
  • Intrusion Detection Systems
    • Network & Server
  • Remote Access
  • Cyber Response Plan
  • Monitoring & Audit Plan