Secure Your Industrial Networks Every Step of the Way

Driven by both top-down and bottom-up forces, industrial cybersecurity has become an urgent initiative in many different industries. On one hand, the growing number of cybersecurity incidents and cyberattacks on critical public infrastructure, such as power substations, oil and gas pipelines, and water treatment plants, has prompted governments around the world to implement new laws and regulations that demand stronger industrial network security. On the other hand, private companies and smart factories are also realizing that they are no longer immune to cyberattacks and are also taking matters into their own hands to address potential cybersecurity risks on their networks. Indeed, industrial cybersecurity has become everyone’s responsibility and demands a new way of thinking. Continue reading to learn how Moxa can help you strengthen your industrial network security at every step of the way.

Top 5 Security Concerns in OT Environments

More than 40% of respondents to IDC EMEA’s European IT Security Survey in 2020 thought there were security concerns regarding maintaining the safety and reliability of legacy systems.

  • Prioritize your critical assets
  • Deploy virtual patching

As more and more devices are connected, it is imperative to control access to your networks and devices.

  • Deploy network access control
  • Strengthen device security

Flat networks are commonplace in OT environments, which has allowed cyberattacks to spread across entire networks in recent years.

  • Achieve network segmentation by using firewalls or VLANs
  • Deploy micro-segmentation with an industrial IPS

More than 30% of respondents to IDC EMEA’s European IT Security Survey in 2020 thought that a lack of asset visibility across network infrastructure was a security concern.

  • Analyze the network status and device security status in order to increase OT network visibility
  • Increase OT security visibility by using event logs

As OT protocols often lack security features, it means valuable data is more likely to be subjected to a sniffing attack.

  • Encrypt critical data such as configurations
  • Deploy secure remote access

Moxa Secures Your OT Networks With OT-IT Integrated Security

With an ongoing commitment to ensuring reliable connectivity for industrial environments, Moxa has enhanced its network security portfolio with Industrial Cybersecurity Solution to mitigate cyberthreats against industrial networks.
Download the solution flyer to learn more.

Security Talks Videos

Moxa has invited industry experts to discuss how to protect industrial networks.
If you are interested in learning about their insights, don’t miss our Security Talks videos.

  • Security Talks Episode 1:

    OT-centric Cybersecurity Countermeasures

  • Security Talks Episode 2:

    Customers’ Top Concerns About OT Cybersecurity

  • Security Talks Episode 3 (Part I):

    How to Protect OT Networks

  • Security Talks Episode 3 (Part II):

    How to Protect OT Networks

  • Security Talks Episode 3 (Part III):

    Getting Started With Industrial Cybersecurity

  • Security Talks Episode 4 (Part I):

    What’s the Relation Between a Post-it Note and a Security Breach?

  • Security Talks Episode 5

    How to Enforce Industrial Cybersecurity Without Disrupting OT Operations

  • Security Talks Episode 6

    Smart Factory Cybersecurity Tips From Ninad, B&R Industrial Automation

Why Moxa

To close the gap between the OT and IT worlds, Moxa offers coordinated solutions that are designed to completely protect your industrial networks.

  • Unite Networking and Cybersecurity

    Unite Networking and Cybersecurity

    Moxa unites industrial networking and cybersecurity expertise to provide layered protection for your industrial networks.

  • Continuously Enhancing Security

    Moxa takes a proactive approach to protect our products from security vulnerabilities and help our customers better manage security risks.

  • Development for IT/OT Security

    Moxa has partnered with TXOne Networks to respond to the growing security needs of industries as well as the security demands from IT/OT personnel.