Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), NTT DATA, and NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com) have started selling their InteRSePT jointly developed cyber security service for critical infrastructure control systems. InteRSePT is designed to provide real-time anomaly detection and response for unknown cyber-attacks, contributing to safe and secure system operations.
InteRSePT comprises a real-time network monitoring system (RNMS) and a security management system (SMS). According to NTT, the system monitors sensor information and other data flows in networks in an integrated manner, and detects cyber-attacks that exploit control commands. By changing the security remediation rules on each operating state of the target device, the system is designed to provide early detection of anomalies, and allow for a rapid response to even unknown cyber-attacks while maintaining availability.
Going forward, MHI NTT, NTT DATA, and NTT Com plan to cooperate to promote the InteRSePT platform to a wide range of industries, as well as propose individual security services, and develop markets. The companies also plan to use the aggregated and analyzed sensor data from InteRSePT to security countermeasures as well as operational parameters optimization and preventive maintenance to reduce time required for maintenance.
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