Cost of a cyber-attack on an operation technology system
The cost of a cyber-attack on an operation technology (OT) system can vary widely depending on several factors, such as the type of attack, the severity of the impact, and the specific industry or sector in which the system is located. However, some potential costs of a cyber-attack on an OT system include:
1) Direct Cost
2) Indirect Cost
3) Business Interruption Cost
4) Compliance Cost
5) Cyber Insurance Cost
It’s important to note that the cost of a cyber-attack on an OT system can be difficult to quantify, as the long-term impact of an attack may not be immediately clear. If you would like to learn more about our capability and understand how we can help you accelerate your results, please contact us.
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Yu Jordan Zhao has over 18 years’ experience in the SCADA operation technology and maintenance applications across multiple sectors including renewable energy, water, wastewater, oil and gas and environmental conservation in Australia.
Yu has a wealth of knowledge in many technical areas including SCADA architecture design, hosted SCADA servers integration, RTU, PLC, radio, cellular, OT and. His goal is to drive innovation within the business to provide better services and technologies to clients.