Our mission is to deliver Cybersecurity Situational Awareness for Industrial Control and Automation Systems.
We are cybersecurity experts on industrial automation and control systems. Our skilled advisors and technicians help you secure critical infrastructure and production facilities, train your staff and implement secure practices.
The board of Secure-NOK consists of Helge Nilsen (Chairman), Knut Molaug, Elisabeth Øvstebø, Per Helge Svensson (Appointed general manager) and Alf Reime.
Why Choose Secure-NOK™?
Secure-NOK™ notifies you of attacks on your infrastructure at an early stage. SNOK™ provides you the time and insight to respond before attacks have costly and dangerous effects.
BETTER: SNOK™ uses Anomaly Behavioral Detection – known malware as well as threats never seen before are detected and alerted in real time. SNOK™ is compatible with legacy devices keeping blind spots to a minimum.
CHEAPER: SNOK™ can run on your existing hardware or as an appliance on an industrial unit of your choice. SNOK™ monitors your network and endpoints as is, there is no need for network reconfiguration.
EASIER AND FASTER: Installation is easy and fast as it does not disrupt the already running industrial processes.
Secure-NOK is part of NIST NCCoE Consortium
Secure-NOK is working with NIST in the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence Capabilities Assessment for Securing Manufacturing Industrial Control Systems Use Case Consortium to develop practical, interoperable cybersecurity approaches that address the real-world needs of complex Information Technology (IT) systems.
By accelerating dissemination and use of these integrated tools and technologies for protecting IT assets, the NCCoE will enhance trust in U.S. IT communications, data, and storage systems; reduce risk for companies and individuals using IT systems; and encourage development of innovative, job-creating cybersecurity products and services. NIST does not evaluate commercial products under this Consortium and does not endorse any product or service used.
Additional information on this Consortium can be found here.
The Use Case studies have been performed on two NIST Engineering Lab infrastructures, a robotics-based manufacturing system and a process control system that resembles what is being used by chemical manufacturing industries. A set of behavioral anomaly detection (BAD) capabilities to support cybersecurity in manufacturing organizations, including Secure-NOKs SNOK Cybersecurity Monitoring system, were tested, results can be found here.