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Ironwood Cyber's Alliance With Certrec

Cyber-threats Can Result in Damages to Equipment, Shutdowns, Loss of Revenue, and Even Fines!

Attacks on energy infrastructure can cripple key infrastructure and impact the lives of millions. As these attacks increase, this can result in penalties and damages to your business.

Certrec’s alliance with Ironwood Cyber will help utilities to practically grasp NERC CIP compliance threats.

Using Automation to Improve Cyber Security Assessments

Ironwood Cyber’s solutions leverage automation, allowing improved scalability and increased speed. While cyber assessments can take over a month for similar providers to complete, Ironwood Cyber can assess your cyber posture within a week.

Protection From Every Angle

From security check-ups to awareness training to first-line response, Ironwood Cyber offers end-to-end solutions that are proven to protect your utility.

Certrec’s NERC CIP Expertise Provides an Industry-Tailored Solution

Certrec’s NERC CIP expertise ensures your plant’s cybersecurity solutions are compliant with the Critical Infrastructure Protection Standards mandated by the NERC.

About Ironwood:

Ironwood Cyber, Inc. is a client-first cybersecurity products and services company. They enable businesses of all sizes to build and operate end-to-end, effective cybersecurity programs. Founded in Fort Worth, Texas, in August of 2021 by two Lockheed Martin Fellows, Aaron Estes and Ethan Puchaty set out to create valuable, scalable, and affordable cybersecurity solutions.

Ironwood Cyber brings together unprecedented talent and experience in developing solutions to protect our nation’s most critical infrastructure. Visit their website to learn more about their services.

About Certrec:
Certrec is a leading provider of regulatory compliance solutions for the energy industry with the mission of helping ensure a stable, reliable, bulk electric supply. Since 1988, Certrec’s SaaS applications and consulting know-how have helped hundreds of power-generating facilities manage their regulatory compliance and reduce their risks.

Certrec’s engineers and business teams bring a cumulative 1,500 years of working experience in regulatory areas of compliance, engineering, and operations, including nuclear, fossil, solar, wind facilities, and other Registered Entities generation and transmission.

Certrec has helped more than 120 generating facilities establish and maintain NERC Compliance Programs. We manage the entire NERC compliance program for 60+ registered entities in the US and Canada that trust us to decrease their regulatory and reputational risk. Certrec is ISO/IEC 27001:2022 certified and has successfully completed annual SOC 2 Type 2 examinations.

For press and media inquiries, please contact marketing@certrec.com.

Related Publications

Read our white paper to gain insights into the various cyber and physical security challenges threatening our critical infrastructure and explore strategies for mitigating these issues.

The security of critical infrastructures is very important as they are constantly facing a high number of cyber and physical security threats. Any disruption to these infrastructures can have far-reaching implications, impacting public safety, economic stability, and national security.

Read our white paper to understand ransomware, its implications for power plants, and potential solutions to mitigate this ever-growing menace.

In recent years, ransomware attacks have emerged as a significant threat to various industries, causing substantial financial losses and disrupting essential services. As vital components of a nation’s infrastructure, power generation facilities have become an attractive target for malicious actors seeking to exploit vulnerabilities and extort substantial ransom payments.

Read our comprehensive white paper to learn more about phishing attacks, their potential repercussions on power plants, and practical strategies to tackle this threat.

The escalating threat of phishing to the utility sector is a wake-up call for industry leaders, security teams, and stakeholders. As more organizations are dealing with a high number of cyberattacks, there is a strong need for a solid cybersecurity strategy to minimize cyberattack risk. While the challenge is formidable, there are proven strategies and tools available to mitigate the risk.

Read our white paper to understand what thes NERC CIP standards are and how they are applicable.

NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection standards ensure that the necessary security controls are in place to protect your facility and its cyber systems, thereby, protecting the Bulk Electric System and its users from unwanted interruptions.

Related Events

Fas Mosleh will present some of the biggest cyberthreats currently targeting utilities. This webinar will include examples of attacks on critical infrastructure that have happened in recent years and action steps to prevent future breaches.

Presenters
Fas Mosleh - Certrec

Fas Mosleh

Certrec Alliances, Strategic Marketing

Certrec’s Fas Mosleh will present some of the biggest cyberthreats currently targeting utilities. This webinar will include examples of attacks on critical infrastructure that have happened in recent years and action steps to prevent future breaches.

Presenters
Fas Mosleh - Certrec

Fas Mosleh

Certrec Alliances, Strategic Marketing