AESI’s Check Up Is First Step to Cybersecurity Health

March 2018

The initial step for protecting your utility from cyber attack is learning where the vulnerabilities exist. Turn to AESI-US, Inc. for a remote Cybersecurity Check Up.

Through its public power alliance with Hometown Connections, AESI focuses on three components that are fundamental for a strong cybersecurity posture. AESI conducts a survey-based assessment; reviews a representative set of existing cybersecurity-related policies, standards, and procedures based on the survey results; and tests high-risk web applications. The outcome is a quick health check and a path to become more cyber resilient.

Ideal for utilities requiring a starting point for a cybersecurity program or a quick health check of an existing cybersecurity program, AESI bases the remote Cybersecurity Check-Up survey components on the ten (10) domains described in the Department of Energy’s Electricity Subsector Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model:

  • Asset change and configuration management
  • Risk management
  • Cybersecurity program management
  • Identity and access management
  • Supply chain and external dependencies management
  • Workforce management
  • Threat and vulnerability management
  • Situational awareness
  • Event and incident responses: continuity of operations
  • Information sharing and communications

By the end of the Cybersecurity Check Up, you will have a better understanding of your cyber posture.

AESI’s deliverables for the Check-Up service include:

  • Dashboard view of your utility’s cybersecurity posture
  • Scan results
  • High-level recommendations

Benefit from AESI’s expertise in building comprehensive, sustainable cybersecurity programs for public power utilities. Schedule your Cybersecurity Check Up and take a next step in assessing your cyber health.

Bill Smart

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