Attack Scenario 4: Spoofing OT networks

Machines utilize electrical signals as their language to communicate their physical state, and the PLC serves as the translator of this physical information. All the data gathered in the PLC is later transferred to the HMI, where operators can know what the machinery’s state. But what happens if the translator itself is attacked and translates the information in a wrong way? The machines could be damaged by the attacker, while the people in-charge not even knowing. SIGA’s solution, offers a distinct method to tackle such threats. By connecting directly to the machines and analyzing unfiltered electrical signals, SIGAGUARD cannot be spoofed as it constantly monitors the machinery’s state from the source. SIGAGUARD will inform you of any such anomalies using highly advanced Machine Learning algorithms, allowing you to act upon the risk as quickly and as effectively as possible.