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OT/ICS Cyber Security

Sandalwood prides itself on combining a thorough understanding of the manufacturing environment with strong technical expertise to define, plan and execute technology solutions; helping to accelerate the achievement of our customer’s goals. Risk mitigation has been in our mission statement since our founding in 1989. With our focus on OT/ICS cyber security and experience with multi-country, multi-plant operations we are able to help bridge the gap between OT and IT.

Key Services

Governance, Policies & Procedures

Asset Inventory

Network Monitoring

Anti-Malware Strategy

Patching Implementation Strategy

Access Control Strategy

Data Classification

Removable Media Strategy

Remote Access Strategy

Featured Work

Contact us today to begin to secure your OT/ICS environment!

Featured Posts
Protecting Your Device from Removable Media Using Windows Group Policy Editor
Protecting Your Device from Removable Media Using Windows Group Policy Editor

Removable media presents a serious potential threat vector for malware to exploit in any manufacturing facility. As a result, it is essential to utilize methods that protect against these threats. Luckily, the Windows operating system includes an application called Group Policy Editor that is able to lock-down USB ports on a device.

Protecting Your Device from Removable Media Using Windows Registry Editor
Protecting Your Device from Removable Media Using Windows Registry Editor

Removable media presents a serious potential threat vector for malware to exploit in any manufacturing facility. Using the Registry Editor to change the base system parameters for each type of Removable Media device including USB devices, CD’s, Floppy drives, and SD Memory cards can reduce your malware risk from these devices.

Protecting Your Device from Removable Media Using Windows Registry Editor
Defining Removable Media and Why it’s a Risk

Removable Media is the most common way to transfer data between devices and individuals in today’s business landscape. Unfortunately, Removable Media is also a common medium used to infect a network or device with malware, often without user knowledge.

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