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An Open Door:

Secure Access to OT Reduces Available Attack Vectors

In this Team82 report, we analyzed a subset of engineering workstations (EWS) and human-machine interfaces (HMIs) from a sample of more than 125,000 OT assets, and found that 13% are insecurely connected to the internet and 36% of those contain at least one confirmed vulnerability that has been publicly exploited.

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These are compelling numbers that demonstrate real risk to industrial environments that are increasingly being targeted by adversaries. Read this report to learn more about:

  • How insecure connectivity of OT devices is the byproduct of organizations’ growing adoption of remote access technologies.

  • Previously isolated OT assets are increasingly being connected to the public internet, and many are not doing so through a secure access solution. Connectivity increases the risk of operational disruption and downtime, reputational damage, and regulatory non-compliance.

  • Remote access to assets such as EWS and HMIs is now the standard operating approach, and organizations must ensure they are equipped to grant access to specific assets intentionally and on a least-privileged basis.

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