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MAG Aerospace, INL Partner to Address Operational Technology Threats

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MAG Aerospace, INL Partner to Address Operational Technology Threats

MAG Aerospace has partnered with the Idaho National Laboratory to provide a suite of cybersecurity solutions addressing cyber threats to operational technology

Vincent Mihalik, senior vice president at MAG Aerospace, said the company and its key technology partners have developed an integrated zero trust solution for mapping cyber terrain, hardening and securing control systems, and providing real-time vulnerability detections and mitigations. 

The solution, built using the INL’s Consequence-driven, Cyber-informed Engineering methodology, is designed to prioritize high-consequence events in the Department of Defense’s critical infrastructure, MAG Aerospace said.

INL has granted the company a license to deliver the CCE assessment methodology to detect vulnerabilities and spot mission-critical assets that depend on operational technology.

MAG Aerospace and INL’s partnership aligns with the DOD’s More Situational Awareness for Industrial Control Systems initiative and the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act, which requires the DOD to immediately identify and mitigate threats to critical infrastructure.

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