On May 12, 2021, President Biden signed a sweeping executive order (EO) outlining several cybersecurity measures and requirements intended to harden our nation’s digital infrastructure against increasingly frequent and sophisticated cyberattacks. Read our series on how Executive Order 14028 might impact you, and how Pacific Global Security Group is prepared to enable our customers to respond.
Part of the Kahi'olani Foundation Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO), Honolulu-based Pacific Global Security Group was founded in 2020 by tier one industry specialists with global military, Big4 and DarkMatter experience. Operational Technology (OT) - including industrial applications of the internet of things (IoT) - is rapidly growing, as smart factories or Manufacturing 4.0 grow in popularity. Every industrial application imaginable is increasingly connected, including critical infrastructure such as power, water, hospitals, government networks, and oil and gas pipelines. Billions of IoT endpoints are being connected to networks that can be a security risk.
Pacific Global Security Group brings the state-of-the-art in cybersecurity, Zero Trust, to OT and the industrial internet of things (IIoT). Pacific Global Security Group’s fabric provides a cybersecurity mesh that does away with traditional network perimeters. No trust is assumed for machines, apps, or users until their identity is authenticated and their access authorized in accordance with the company’s security policy.
Pacific Global Security Group’s Zero Trust approach uses identities and credentials to create a secure environment, allowing admins to even customize authorization to permit only a limited set of interactions for only the required duration – preventing broader network access that enables ransomware to infect servers. With Zero Trust, individual points of entry are closed, preventing any single breach from overflowing into its surroundings.
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