Rhebo Industrial Protector monitors and ensures the continuous, correct, and predictable operation of real-time Industrial Control Systems to prevent outages and reduce downtimes.
Data traffic in control networks is recorded and analyzed to automatically detect and report any anomalies. Rhebo Industrial Protector ensures operational continuity in production environments and critical infrastructures and protects from security breaches and cyberattacks from inside or outside. Operators of Industrial Control Systems benefit from Rhebo’s solution by enormous cost savings due to the reduction of system outages.
Rhebo is the only provider of vendor-independent threat detection and network monitoring systems for industrial automated networks.
Rhebo protects OT & IoT networks and devices against cyberattacks and technical error states, increases plant availability, and supports the implementation of security regulations and standards.
Company Mission ("Tagline"): Threat Detection & Network Stability For OT & IoT
Industry Classification: Cybersecurity Information Technology & Services
Cybersecurity Specializations: Industrial Automation Continuity, Industrial Control System Security, SCADA Security, Network Security, Information Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Industrial Network Continuity, KRITIS, IIoT, ISMS, SCADA, Anomaly Detection, Anomalieerkennung, Industrie40, Automotive, Digitalization, Cybersecurity, Industrial Cybersecurity, Critical Infrastructure, and ISMS
Address/Location: Rhebo GmbH Halle 6, 2. OG Spinnereistr. 7 04179 Leipzig
This oganization might be multinational; we list their HQ.
Company Size: 11-50 employees
Year of Incorporation: 2014
Main Website: Rhebo
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Hacker Hotshot Speaker: Klaus Mochalski
Date of Recording: January 26th, 2021
About Klaus Mochalski:
Klaus Mochalski is the founder and CEO of Rhebo. With over ten years of experience in the development and marketing of technologies for network management and security. The companies ipoque and Adyton Systems that he founded now have over 150 employees in total and continue to grow. Before starting his first company, Klaus Mochalski worked in research and teaching at a number of international universities for five years.
Questions We Asked:
20:45: Why is a SCADA network [of a utility or other Industrial System] connected to the Internet? Shouldn’t a SCADA network not be connected to the Internet at all?
22:14: Does your system also detect against “Bad Insiders”, can your system detect the insertion of a USB stick for example?
24:35: Are all verticals – and your clients; do they all have similar patterns of anomalies or do some SCADA-Industries have different patterns?
26:40: What’s the future for Rhebo?