A U.S.-based medical device manufacturer had big plans to ramp up their global production capabilities. The device manufacturer needed to develop and rapidly deploy a centralized cybersecurity and modernization strategy to help protect their expanded networks and digital assets.
The manufacturing company has no standardized infrastructure blueprint and lacks the resources to implement new capabilities. Its IT and OT networks are not segmented, which makes it difficult to manage and secure them.
Positka implemented Industrial Demilitarized Zone (IDMZ) for seven sites across four global regions. Network Segmentation was performed using the Purdue model for global deployment of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems. A Managed Services program was put in place to monitor and manage networks, data centres and applications.
The risk assessment strategy was successful because it provided the organization with the knowledge and resources necessary to comprehend and address the cyber risks that a medical device manufacturing sector faces, through a repeatable procedure that the company could continue to utilize. The outcome revealed the OT systems’ weaknesses.
- Network blueprint
- IDMZ implementation
- Managed security services (MSS)
- 12 Months of Implementation
- 9 Global Sites
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