Cynalytica Inc. announces its SerialGuard® AnalytICS Platform now offers monitoring, deep packet inspection (DPI) support, and intrusion detection for legacy NMEA protocols.
Cynalytica has joined Manufacturing x Digital (MxD) – a DoD-backed consortium composed of industry, government, and academia organizations focused on achieving cybersecure manufacturing digital transformation.
Cynalytica is proud to be part of the Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII) network as they have just been recognized by President Joe Biden and the White House Administration during his Cybersecurity Summit
Cynalytica is pleased to announce that it has joined the Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII) as a Collaborative Member. CyManII’s goal is to research, develop, and implement a national vision for manufacturing cybersecurity, driving the industry toward a cybersecure and energy efficient manufacturing ecosystem.
Cynalytica international has been featured in Invest Northern Ireland’s top cybersecurity companies to watch, joining an impressive list of home-grown and international companies…
Cynalytica International is excited to announce that it has been selected as a finalist by the US Department of Defense (DoD) and its international stakeholders for the xTechGlobal AI Challenge.
Historically, Industrial Control Systems (ICS) could exist as a closed-loop, with an air-gapped network and a solid physical security program insulating them from the outside world. An operator could trust the integrity of their operations based on process outputs, and when processes broke down maintenance was brought in to locate and fix the issue.
DNP3 – Distributed Network Protocol 3.0 – is the second most-widely used serial communications protocol in Industrial Control Systems (ICS), after Modbus. As EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute) mentioned in a 2019 technical update: “it is the most widely used utility communications protocol in North America”
In the past decade, we have seen an alarming increase in attacks on critical energy infrastructure, with cyber incidents occurring across any number of geographies and industries. Common attacks can involve ransomware on a corporation’s Information Technology (IT) network that controls business operations, or a direct attack on a corporation’s Operational Technology (OT) systems that control industrial infrastructure.
If carried out as described, the actions proposed in the American Jobs Plan will help to bolster the cybersecurity posture of American critical infrastructure, however they do not go far enough to address the vast scale and scope of the problem we are facing.