This week FireEye unveiled a new risk intelligence service that focuses on OT and other applications that handle physical processes.
According to the agency, Cyber Physical Threat Intelligence provides companies with background, information and functional evaluation of the threats to OT, ICS and IoT systems.
Subscribers will receive information about malware, TTPs, threats, threat, vulnerabilities, and strategic insights to prevent and anticipate attacks.
The information is based on the results of FireEye and Mandiant experts, the technology of the company and the global sensor network.
“Cyber Physical Intelligence offers early warning on sensitive vulnerabilities as well as on attack activities and adversaries targeted by organizations to ensure the security and stability of these networks,” says FireEye. “Security teams will stay ahead of hackers and make better informed choices about the protection behavior of their cyber physical systems with cyber physical intelligence.” FireEye offers five additional threat intelligence services and one that covers them all. It covers operational, cyber spying, strategic, vulnerability and intelligence on cybercrime.
Experts of FireEye was called on to investigate at least two victims of Triton, Trisis and HatMan, the infamous malware that came into being in 2017 following a disruption of an oil and gas plant in Saudi Arabia.