With all industries relying heavily on network connected systems and devices today, the focus on cybersecurity continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. Whether you are a producer of software systems, technology or devices, or a consumer of such products, it is critical for you to identify risk related to vulnerabilities.
If you don’t know what you have, how can you assess risk, quickly remediate, or have a proactive cybersecurity approach? It all starts with having a complete inventory of software components, or a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM), recognized by legislation and regulatory requirements as a key element supporting the protection of the critical infrastructure sectors.
Vigilant Ops serves critical industries to help manage SBOMs in a holistic fashion, enabling a proactive cybersecurity approach.
Learn more about the industries we serve below.
FDA has published premarket and postmarket guidances that offer recommendations for comprehensive management of medical device cybersecurity risks, continuous improvement throughout the total product life-cycle, and incentivize changing marketed and distributed medical devices to reduce risk.
Guidance intended to provide recommendations to industry regarding cybersecurity device design, labeling, and the documentation that FDA recommends be included in premarket submissions for devices with cybersecurity risk.
On December 17, 2020, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) announced proposed measures to strengthen the cybersecurity posture of the bulk power system. The proposal includes incentives for public utilities for investing in cybersecurity systems, tools, or processes to support these proposed measures.
By generating a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) for each node on the network, the Vigilant Ops InSight Platform provides transparency down to the component level. But, the real power of the platform is in the continuous, automatic monitoring of component vulnerabilities and the generation of automated alerts that provide proactive information critical for the bulk power system to avoid the catastrophic consequences of a breach.