Risk and Compliance professionals are faced with a range of obstacles that affect the energy and utility industry: struggling to identify, inspecting and securing high risk sites; organizing and addressing regulatory compliance requirements; training staff and standardizing assessment and inspection functions; capturing site information and writing reports; comparing data across site inspections and assessments; all while meeting the current demands of their role.
We understand that you have unique challenges with all the hats you are asked to wear. You need a partner who understands your goals and can help you stay organized. Our SecureWatch platform can be used as a risk management software for Energy and Utilities.
SecureWatch integrates Enterprise Security, Risk and Compliance so we can assess and communicate as one.
Security Operations, Corporate Security, AVANGRID
Identify your high-risk sites now! Use our data to automatically determine the risk for every site you have. Focus on high risk sites and assessing or inspecting them first.
We have out-of-the-box survey content from NATF, FEMA, ISO, SOX, NIST Cyber Security Framework and 30 other regulations, standards and best practices.
Use our software from anywhere on any device with a browser, even offline sites such as substations can be assessed using our iPad app.
Have Assessors or Inspectors go from a paper-based program to using SecureWatch with no training.
Automatically create a full report of security gaps or findings, recommendations offered and track them to completion with our Remediation Module.
Reduce the time to complete assessments by 70-80% so you can get your assessments done and focus on reducing high risks and closing security gaps.
Bring together data from local law enforcement, internal incident management systems, onsite inspections and more to create an accurate view of each sites risk.
Streamlines assessment process across enterprises with its powerful data gathering and analysis capabilities.
Create a repository of data for analysis and promote visibility of risk from many separate areas.
Data gathered can be re-purposed in workflows to calculate and display trends in data year over year.
In February of 2019, North Carolina-based Duke Energy agreed to a $10 million fine, the largest cybersecurity-related penalty in NERC history. In the public release of a report sent to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on January 25th, NERC lists Duke and its regional entities in violation of 127 Critical Infrastructure Protection NERC Reliability Standards. The risks ranged from minimal to serious and “collectively posed a serious risk to the security and reliability of the BPS.”
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