Indegy helps power utilities protect their vital grid assets from complex and sophisticated cyber threats
Dual threat detection engines identify unauthorized network behavior or changes to RTUs, PLCs and IEDs, enforcing cybersecurity policy and ensuring reliable service.
Monitoring of device logic and operations status with a complete audit trail facilitates recovery efforts in the event of outages or service degradation.
Instant visibility and automatic tracking of local and remote assets for improved situational awareness, cyber security and recovery with reduced monitoring costs.
Utilities and Power Infrastructure: Prime Targets for Cyber Attackers
Cybersecurity of the US electric grid has emerged as one of the most important issues facing the electricity subsector today; and there are key trends increasing the risk of significant cyber incidents - US Dept of Energy, 2017
Secure Your Digital Transformation
As prime targets for cyber attacks, utilities are hesitant to fully embrace new IIoT-driven grid modernization technologies that expand their attack surface. By actively discovering, classifying and tracking assets in local and remote sites from a single centralized deployment, Indegy takes the security worries out of grid modernization while reducing operational costs.
Indegy gives utilities full visibility into all operational assets including IEDs, RTUs and PLCs, breakers, meters, drivers and other devices. Combining signature-based threat detection with policy and anomaly detection engines, Indegy provides the most robust cybersecurity solution for OT environments.
Cybersecurity for Your OT Network
Maintain availability, safety and efficiency by eliminating cyber risks to your critical infrastructure
Raise cyber readiness
Get instant alerts on unauthorized access to critical devices at any site
NERC CIP Compliance
Continuous visibility, control, and automated reporting capabilities simplify NERC compliance
Early detection of IED and PLC configuration changes allow for effective mitigation
Identify suspicious behavior
Discover bad actors trying to penetrate your environment and remove the threat
Mitigation and Recovery
Quickly recover from security events or human errors and mitigate their implications
We Secure Your Industrial Operations
Power & Utilities
Oil & Gas
Transportation & Logistics
Food & Beverage
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Cybersecurity for transportation and logistics industry Keep your mobility operations safe from cyber threatsLearn More
Building automation – BMS and HVAC cybersecurity Centrally secure and maintain your diverse building management systemsLearn More
Cybersecurity for the food and beverage industry Protect food quality and safetyLearn More
Electric Utility Case Study
Indegy helps secure the electric and water services of Public Utility District #1 of Whatcom County.Download
Securing Your Smart Grid
Learn about the challenges facing interconnected smart grids and how the Indegy solution provides the security, visibility and control to secure them.Download
Video – City of Raleigh Keeps Water Supply Safe
Indegy helps City of Raleigh maintain safety and availability of water and other public utilitiesWatch
Compliance Guide for NERC CIP Standards
Learn how Indegy enables electric utilities to comply with NERC CIP standards frameworkDownload
Public Utilities Case Study
Indegy Helps City of Raleigh Protect its SCADA System and Ensure Safety and Sustainability of Public Utilities.Download
We have found a solution that allows us not only to identify the devices by listening, but also to proactively query them and get additional information. This information is not only valuable for security teams, but also for colleagues, who are operating those assets.
- Rene Rindermann, Chief Information Security Officer at E.ON