It is important to know the current situation of your organization. A security scan will help you do this as a starting point for improving digital resistance, or as a reference point for security efforts that are already in place.
Whether you want a quick and simple insight, to be certified for IEC 62443, to measure compliance with a cybersecurity standard, or an investigation into the specific vulnerabilities that exist in your installation, we always have a suitable security scan for your organization. Together with you, we determine your needs so that the scan will fully comply with these needs. Below you can see some examples of security scans that we can do for you.
Risk & Vulnerability Analysis
Hudson Cybertec specializes in carrying out risk and vulnerability analysis within the IACS domain. A risk analysis is the basis for measuring the cyber security level within your organization. Hudson Cybertec performs these based on leading standards frameworks such as the IEC 62443 or the ISO 27000, and legal requirements.
Depending on the depth of the analysis, aspects such as, actors, scenarios, inputs and vulnerabilities are investigated. You receive a clear overview of the possible consequences of the vulnerabilities found. In addition, attention is paid to the risks and consequences of vulnerabilities of various resources such as SCADA, SIS, HVAC, communication systems, gateways or firewalls.
Hudson Cybertec helps you to take the right steps to mitigate the identified risks and vulnerabilities by providing you with support after a security assessment. We assist you with the creation of an action plan, the assignment of priorities for the identified mitigating measures and the implementation of these measures.
IEC 62443 Assessment
A Security Assessment according the IEC 62443 provides you with a comprehensive overview of the current state of cyber resilience of your organization. We take a specific look at the three pillars of cyber security: people, process and technology. The assessment contains GAP-analyses where we test the current situation against the IEC 62443 standard. Of course a GAP analysis can also be done against other standards or industry best practices.
The results of the assessment give a clear picture of the current security resilience level of your organization. This is the first necessary step for the introduction of a responsible cyber security management in your organization.