How can an OT Asset Inventory improve your operations?

As your operations become more connected and more complex, it is important to identify and prioritize the risks of damaging attacks. Having a clear picture of the devices in your plant is a crucial first step toward defending them against these attacks. The visibility provided by an OT Asset Inventory gives managers the power to quickly identify and troubleshoot issues, avoid duplication of resource work and continuously monitor system updates and changes to prevent costly shut-downs and safety risks.

Completing the mandatory OT Asset Inventory by June 30th, 2019 will also satisfy inventory and change management CSA's.

Compliance made easy

Compliance made easy

Address OT Inventory project compliance requirements while at the same time preventing duplication of resource effort and avoiding any additional purchase and implementation costs.

Make the most of your budget

Make the most of your budget

By leveraging tools and process built and tested specifically for manufacturers, experience a more efficient, cost-effective, and accurate solution than previously available.

Achieve more in less time

Achieve more in less time

Avoid using manual effort and resources when dealing with day to day operations which could result in line downtime and damage to production equipment.

What is the value of a security assessment?

Completing an OT Asset Inventory alone does not make your facility as secure and protected as it should be. Combining an OT Asset Inventory with a Security Assessment will help you better understand the risks to your operations. These assessments will provide valuable feedback to assist you in managing your systems by prioritizing critical issues and helping you make informed decisions regarding security, risk exposure, and overall system condition.

Increased Awareness

Increased Awareness

Taking a holistic approach to the security of your operations requires a close inspection of the systems, processes, and on-site vulnerabilities currently present. Having a fresh perspective of these vulnerabilities will provide the clarity needed to make the right decisions at the right time.

Mitigate Future Risk

Mitigate Future Risk

By identifying shortcomings, understanding management roles and identifying gaps in your current CSA standings now, you can be confident that the decisions you make today will secure the future of your organization.

One Solution Many Benefits

One Solution Many Benefits

Current mandates require that facilities complete an OT Asset Inventory by June 30th, 2019. You also have the option to sign-up for a Security Assessment or to do both an OT Asset Inventory and Security Assessment. Choosing to do both an OT Asset Inventory and a Security Assessment together reduces travel costs and duplication of costly resources. 

Now is the time to act

Managing and securing your facility doesn’t have to be difficult. Interstates has the right tools and the right expertise to provide a cost-effective solution that will streamline the process and help close the door on vulnerabilities currently threatening your operations. We'll work with you to create a plan that is designed to have as little impact on plant resources as possible.

The Process

Step 1 - Planning

Establish clear goals and define a strategy that's aligned with your production schedule.

Step 2 - Data Collection & Review

Complete the steps required to gather network and device information and address any errors.

Step 3 - Security Assessment

Identify security threats and concerns through an onsite visit and physical assessment.

Step 4- Reporting & Remediation

Summarize findings and review for edits. Schedule any necessary follow-up actions.

READY TO GET STARTED?

By signing up now you will also reserve a spot on our schedule and avoid missing the June 30th, 2019 deadline.

 

Simply submit the form below and let us know which option you need:

1) OT Asset Inventory & Security Assessment

2) OT Asset Inventory Only

3) Security Assessment Only

We will then set up a meeting with you to see which option meets your needs and then begin the PO process by sending you a proposal.