What is AM Cyber?
AM Cyber is the brainchild of a group of renowned researchers with an altruistic mission: To ensure the safety of systems and work with stakeholders to address concerns before they become public. The team assesses risk and provides assistance across many industries. The breadth and depth of the AM Cyber team gives a unique perspective when engaging in research, application assessments, interoperability and remediation planning, and other strategic activities. In a nutshell, AM Cyber is a not-for-profit advocacy, research, and consulting group for critical infrastructure in relation to cybersecurity.
The collective experience stems from ongoing research and involvement in a myriad of transportation, industrial control systems (ICS), operational technologies, big data, software applications, and interoperable mediums (IoT, OT, IT, etc.) These areas include the utility sector, smart grid, healthcare, manufacturing, communications, and the associated human embedded devices in addition to avionics, maritime, rail, intermodal, and both commercial and consumer automotive.
As for not-for-profit organization, AM Cyber advocates for clients through vendor, partner, and manufacturer engagement by means of facilitating open lines of communication. AM Cyber’s goal is to build trusted relationships throughout the industries and break down barriers preventing meaningful change.
Public & Private Utilities
Modern society relies on the consistent and safe production of power, water, and other utilities. Too often, these critical public utilities have yet to be effectively secured from cyber attacks.
Data, Finance, & Business
The information technology revolution has brought with it an explosion of sensitive and confidential data and software systems that must be secured, and in many cases audited as well.
Medical & Health Services
Protected health information (PHI) and medical devices are at risk now more than ever. Don’t wait until you’re a victim to do something about it.
Manufacturing & Construction
It is essential to secure construction and manufacturing processes. These processes are targets for cyber-espionage as well as planting security “back doors” which could compromise all users.
Air, rail, road, marine, and pipeline transportation infrastructure carry human cargo as well as many hazardous materials. A cyber attack against this infrastructure may put the public at risk.
Communications & IoT
Voice and data networks have existed for many years, but the growth of “smart cities” and the “Internet of Things” (IoT) places even more importance on secure communications infrastructure.