ResilientGrid Map now features Radiflow cybersecurity capabilities
February 19, 2018
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Feb. 19, 2018 – ResilientGrid, a provider of integrated software and services in critical infrastructure, has integrated the industrial cybersecurity capabilities from Radiflow into its ResilientGrid Map solution.
The growing threats of cybersecurity and physical attacks along with a growth in big data, automation, IoT and sensors are all leading to more systems, screens, risks and stress in critical infrastructure control rooms.
ResilientGrid Map integrates data flows from an infrastructure’s core systems into a single visualization designed to maximize situational awareness and minimize risks of human error for critical infrastructure operations, the parties describe. ResilientGrid Map is designed around human factors principles, scaling across normal, emergency and recovery operations, they explain, adding that this integrated operating system is designed to fight the losses of situational awareness that consistently are seen in emergency situations.
ResilientGrid has integrated the industrial cybersecurity capabilities of Radiflow’s iSID system into its ResilientGrid Map solution. iSID is an industrial intrusion detection system designed specifically for the needs of operators of critical infrastructure. iSID maps a baseline of the operational assets and continuously monitors for changes to expected network traffic. For any changes to the operational assets and anomalies in network traffic that may indicate cybersecurity threats, iSID generates alerts in real-time. The assets information gathered by iSID are now displayed by ResilientGrid Map together with physical infrastructure information. Any alerts generated by iSID are presented in the relevant location in the ResilientGrid Map visualization.