Securing and protecting your critical control systems

In recent years there has been a move to using open standards such as Ethernet, TCP/IP, and web technologies in supervisory control data acquisition (SCADA) and process control networks. This has begun to expose these systems to the same cyber attacks that have wreaked so much havoc on corporate information systems.

With the introduction of the new UK HSE Operational Guidance OG-0086 [SB1], the need to understand the fundamentals of control system security has never been more important.

Tekgem has a rare combination skills, expertise and experience that are necessary to help protect your critical industrial automation control systems from cyber-security threats. We can also assist you in understanding and managing the procedural and technical differences between the security for traditional IT environments and those solutions appropriate for SCADA or plant floor environments.

Tekgem is your secret weapon in the war against industrial cyber attacks. Many manufacturing and engineering organisations are concerned by the growing risks posed by cyber attacks. However, they are unsure about what to do, how best to do it or who to turn to.

This is why they engage Tekgem. They understand that as an independent, experienced and trusted advisor, we can help mitigate these risks.

Customers That Trust Us

Tekgem bridges the gap between IT and OT. Manufacturing and engineering companies come to us because of our independent and highly specialised skillset in mitigating cyber-security risks in industrial automation and control systems.

With over 20 years experience of protecting both global and local organisations in the process industry, we are vendor-agnostic (meaning we put our clients, not vendors first).

Our obsession with keeping our clients’ critical infrastructure safe from harm means they can focus on what they do best, and leave the complex and constant task of keeping at the forefront of modern cyber-security threats to us.

Naturally, all of our colleagues undergo regular training and testing to ensure our industry recognised certifications (including ISO 27001). This means our customers can be completely assured that they are in safe hands.