As executive management, the board of directors for public power utilities has two key responsibilities – the fiscal health of your utility and risk management for it. Among the biggest threats to both fiscal health and the management of risks today are cyberattacks. Knowing you are well protected from such threats usually falls on your IT department or a third-party IT company. But how do you know they are doing their best within the constraints to protect you? Most IT staffers are not cybersecurity experts and odds are you probably are not either.
Cyber Threat Monitoring
N-Dimension Solutions, a cybersecurity partner of Hometown Connections, Inc., has been recognized in MSSP Alert’s worldwide annual ranking of Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) for the fourth consecutive year. Once again, N-Dimension was ranked among the top cybersecurity companies worldwide.
If you act quickly, your public power utility can access a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy for one free year of the N-Sentinel Monitoring cybersecurity service by N-Dimension Solutions. You’ll gain visibility into critical information to help protect your utility networks from cyber threats in addition to helping the public power industry obtain the national cyber data it so urgently needs to share with member utilities in an anonymous fashion.
N-Dimension Solutions, a market leading Managed Detection and Remediation Services (MDR) provider with innovative solutions protecting IIoT, IoT, IT and OT networks from cyber threats, has launched a new version of its market leading N-Sentinel Suite, N-Sentinel Cyber Threat Detector, that meets specific criteria for manufacturing plants to help them reduce risk from cyber threats. Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) and its members provided input to N-Dimension to guide definition of this new service, ensuring it met addressed their manufacturing needs.
This article presents excerpts from a brochure describing MPUA’s cybersecurity program for members. Download the full brochure here. MPUA is a not-for-profit service organization representing municipally-owned utilities in Missouri, Arkansas, and Kansas.
The utility industry has become increasingly aware of cybersecurity threats. In response, MPUA/MJMEUC launched a Cybersecurity Initiative to offer monitoring services that protect our utilities and show regulators, legislators, and the financial world that the group is doing its due diligence about these risks. Read More about MPUA Offers Cybersecurity Monitoring Services to Members »
With relevant insights, AESI-US Inc.’s Cyber Security and Risk Management Consultants can provide any level of guidance for risk management. AESI’s goal is to help public power utilities understand cyber risk and develop strategies and frameworks that support sustainable solutions and with knowledge-transfer for you and the utility. Read More about Realize a Complete End-to-End Solution with Holistic Approach to Cyber Risk Management »