About – Triton 2.0 & The Future of OT Cyber-Attacks
Leveraging machine learning and AI tools is now a feasible option for malware creators
Traditional security tools will fail to detect a next generation, ‘Triton 2.0’
attack, that can blend in to the native environment
Whilst offensive AI tools have limited access to data, defensive AI technology
has full visibility of the digital environment, giving it the upper hand in a new cyber arms race
Artificial intelligence is essential to defend OT systems
Over the last few years, cyber-attacks on Operational Technology have increased rapidly in frequency and scale.
As geopolitical tensions are reflected in cyberspace and attacker technologies become more advanced, the cyber-threat to critical infrastructure and other key operational systems is now front and center of national security concerns.