Cyber Lab provides features in a simple and hassle-free way as you want in daily operations.
Cyber Lab is a virtual control room designed to give you the power of creating a digital twin of your production facility, and map and control your operation environment. In all use cases you have the ability to use Cyber Lab to configure everything from a simple production facility to a large network spanning multiple facilities.
Using Cyber Lab you can:
- Manage permissions
- Control and update devices
- Update the network configuration
- Generate reports helping compliance with standards like ISO/IEC 27001 and IEC 62433.
Read further details about Cyber-Secure protocol, CBCP, here.
Find our getting started guide to Cyber Lab here
Cyber Lab helps with ISO/IEC complianceSecuring data information and compliance is operational critical today.
With Cyber Lab it is possible to keep track and control a lot of important data and settings. This includes user and system permissions, cryptographic keys and data/communication flow. In standards like ISO/IEC 27001, IEC 62433 and D-Mærket it is required to document some of these details. This data is nicely stored in Cyber Lab and can be queried. Cyber Lab can produce comparison reports for use in information security risk assessment comparisons. Concretely Cyber Lab can be used to contribute towards the ISO/IEC 27001 points:
- A.9.2 User access management
- A.9.4 System and application control
- A.10 Cryptography
- A.12.2.1 Control against malware
- A.14.2 Security in development and support processes
Cyber Lab can keep track of system software version information and inform about known vulnerabilities in the system, as shown in the video here.
Virtual OfficeCyber Lab can be used to visualize virtual offices. Lots of work is done remote and on laptops, and for a large organization it can be hard to locate and administrate devices because they are not physically present at the office. With Cyber Lab it is possible with drawings and labels to virtually visualise departments in the organization independent of their physical location in the real world office.
However, sometimes it is hard to physically locate servers and devices in a building, and Cyber Lab could facilitate actual floor plans or 3D rendering of buildings, such that it is possible to locate a device physically. There could also be submaps inside the overall organization network, for example an organization with ships. From the shore we mostly think about the ships as single units, but on the ships there are lots of devices and sensors. In Cyber Lab it will be possible to click on the ship and "zoom-in" to see the network map on the specific ship itself. This is partly illustrated by this video, but the subnetwork should be a completely new schematic for the ship only.
Not convinced yet?In February 2022 as a part of the CBCP-project, we will host a showcase event in collaboration with IMADA/SDU, Danish Hub for Cyber Security and Universal Robots. We will demonstrate a full setup case with Universal Robots hardware, configured via Cyber Lab and commands sent via the secure CBCP-protocol.
Get in touchPlease send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for the Beta-Plus Development Programme* or to get the details about the showcase event.
*We will only enroll a limited number for our Beta-Plus Development programme.