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As a test environment, with the aim of optimising the development of these activities, the team at iSOCLab have designed and built an industrial model for the following uses: Practical cases in training courses Testing new technologies Testing different attack scenarios Design of defence strategies Etc. The tests performed are essentially classified into four main groups: Attacks aimed at provoking an undue operation of the system. Attacks aimed at provoking unforeseen consequences in spite of the correct operation of the system. Attacks aimed at falsifying the information received by the infrastructure operator. Destruction of physical equipment. These include attacks such as Man-In-the-Middle, DoS, and others from the IT scene combined with typical vulnerabilities of the industrial control systems. These consist in many cases in the actual tools and functions necessary for their operation and maintenance and are closely inked to the industrial environment. In addition, the security measures implemented by the manufacturers are also put to the test, activating them and trying to bypass them using different means.
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Expert advice on implementing industrial environments, technological platforms giving access to industrial environments, securing industrial environments, etc.

Cybersecurity assessments

Component security and/or industrial systems assessments: audits, vulnerability scanning, intrusion testing, etc.

Development and implementation of cybersecurity solutions

Research, development and implementation of new cybersecurity solutions specialised in industrial environments.

Specialised training

Training services in Industrial environment, IT environments, securing of industrial environments, etc.

Automation and control technologies

Physical components involved in process control. For example: Controllers, PLCs, RTUs, PC Industrial, Robots, Drivers, etc.

Field technologies - Teaching equipment

Material or equipment designed to facilitate the learning process of a determined subject. For example: training simulators, panels, trainers, modular devices, etc.

Monitoring technologies

Physical components involved in process supervision and data concentration and cleaning so they can then be sent to the next levels. For example: SCADA systems, storage servers, HMIs, etc.

Monitoring tools

Software tools used to monitor processes carried out in the laboratory. For example: WinCC, Vijeo Citect, and the laboratory´s own monitoring tools.

Simulation tools

Simulation tools of real components inside an industrial architecture. For example: network simulators, operation level components simulators, monitoring level components simulators, control level components simulators, field level components simulators, etc.

Software for the management an use of the physical component

Software tools used to manage, programme and configure the laboratory´s physical components. For example: Simatic-S7, Unity Pro, LabVIEW, etc.