Industrial Cyber Security
Is your plant floor vulnerable to cyberattacks?
Plant Floor Asset Identification & Inventory Management
Hundreds of existing machines of varying types and vintages at multiple facilities, purchased at various times over many years. No central database tracking exactly what is on the plant floor or what has been done to the equipment since arrival…
Sound like your situation?
As the first step to evaluating cyber security risks on your plant floor, a complete and accurate inventory of network connected plant floor devices should be conducted.
This information enables categorization and analysis of plant floor assets. It also allows you to better understand the scope of the challenge through the evaluation of ICS risks by category. Next you can prioritize and start developing risk reduction plans.
Where we can help!
Implement Sandalwood’s process and tools for asset identification and inventory management.
- We have completed over 80 plant inventories of over 20,000 devices across five continents.
- Provided an accurate survey of what types of devices exist in the plants; how many of these devices exist; what network architecture they are connected to; and the devices’ features.
Sandalwood has developed a plant floor inventory identification and management process for dozens of manufacturing plants around the globe.
Sandalwood works with personnel in the plants to teach them how to locate devices at the site and manage the inventory database to reduce plant floor cyber security risk.