SCADA Penetration testing Systems

SCADA systems are widely used in critical infrastructure to monitor and control industrial processes. However, as these systems become increasingly connected to other networks and devices, they become more vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Therefore, we ensure that our RBTSec experts take a comprehensive testing approach for your SCADA system, including vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, physical security assessment, and impact analysis.

Our Methodology

Several methodologies are used to test SCADA systems, including the S4x19 methodology, NIST SP 800-82, ICS-CERT Red Team/Blue Team, and the Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES) methodology. These methodologies focus on identifying vulnerabilities, evaluating the effectiveness of security controls, emulating attacks, and collaborating to improve system security. Therefore, organizations need to customize these methodologies to their specific security needs and requirements and, most importantly, ensure that testing is conducted by highly trained and experienced cybersecurity professionals.

SCADA Cybersecurity Framework

SCADA Cybersecurity Framework

    1. Information Gathering
    2. Network Mapping
    3. Vulnerability Scanning
    4. Penetration Testing
    5. Pivot and Propagate
    6. Impact Simulation
    7. Reporting & Recommendations
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Our Approach

System evaluation
In this phase, the testing team evaluates the SCADA system to identify testing objectives and establish the scope of the test. Critical control systems and devices for the operation of the SCADA system are identified, and the test limits are defined.
Vulnerability scanning
nce testing objectives are established, the testing team performs a vulnerability assessment to identify weaknesses in the SCADA system. This may include identifying outdated operating systems and software, weak passwords, and other security risks.
Physical security assessment
In this phase, the testing team evaluates the physical security of critical control systems and network access points for the SCADA system. Physical weaknesses that could allow unauthorized access to the system are identified.
Penetration testing
In this phase, the testing team conducts penetration testing on the SCADA system to evaluate its resistance to cyber-attacks. Attack techniques similar to those used by real-world attackers are employed to test the effectiveness of the security system.
Impact analysis
In this phase, the testing team evaluates the impact of a successful attack on the SCADA system. The impact on the security, integrity, and availability of the system is evaluated and documented for further analysis.
Reporting and recommendations
Finally, the testing team delivers a detailed report that describes the results of the test, areas for improvement, and recommendations to improve the security of the SCADA system. This report is delivered to the security team of the organization so that they can take measures to improve the security of their system.
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