We’re excited to announce our partnership with Trust Automation on a next-generation cybersecurity platform that can detect and mitigate cyberattacks on the industrial control systems that run energy, water, transportation and industrial infrastructure.
The platform builds on our SerialTap™ sensor that passively monitors the serial communications used by many of the world’s industrial control systems. SerialTap™ can now pass the monitored traffic to Trust’s Autonomic Intelligent Cyber Sensor (AICS)—a machine learning system that uses autonomic computing techniques, fuzzy-logic algorithms and a service-oriented architecture to identify and counter malicious network traffic in real time.
SerialTap™ and AICS already provide independent cybersecurity solutions, but the integration of both technologies now lets us solve more extensive challenges using advanced techniques in anomaly detection and behavioral analysis.
SerialTap™ and AICS separately won prestigious R&D 100 Awards—SerialTap™ in 2017 and AICS for 2018. Both also started as applied research and development efforts by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Laboratories. Their commercialization is the result of the Transition-to-Practice (TTP) Program—an initiative run by Dr. Nadia Carlsten at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that identifies new technologies with national security applications.
To learn more about this cybersecurity partnership, read our latest press release.