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MU Partners With ISA SCI

Mu Security teams with ISA Security Compliance Institute to develop new 'ISA Secure' certification

SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Mu Security, a pioneer in the new security analyzer market, today announced it is now an early member of the Technical Member of the ISA Security Compliance Institute (ISA SCI). The ISA SCI uniquely counts both leading industrial technology vendors and industrial control end-users dedicated to establishing specifications and processes for testing and certifying control systems products. Mu’s membership in the ISA-SCI will help develop meaningful security development and certification benchmarks for ensuring safely-developed and deployed Industrial Control systems.

“Control system security is a critical concern to our customers, and a key element of today’s control system strategies,” said Alicia DuBay, director of systems marketing, ABB Inc. “Use of the Mu-4000 appliance throughout our internal development process paired with MUSIC certification’s evolution to ISA SCI certification program will help further ensure ABB customers that our control systems will meet or exceed very stringent security and robustness criteria. The Control System industry benefits with an independent ISA SCI certification program, especially with the incorporation of existing rigorous certifications including Foundation-level MUSIC certification.”

Mu Security Inc.

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