The Moxa IEC-G102-BP Series industrial next-generation IPS devices protect mission-critical assets with industrial-grade IPS and whitelisting.
Meanwhile, the Security Dashboard Console (SDC) software, when used together with the IEC-G102-BP Series, offers another layer of protection
through centralized critical asset visibility, network analysis, and auto pattern updating.
Centrally Manage Network Security and Enhance OT Visibility
The IEC-G102–BP Series sniffers the network traffic and gives users the visibility of existing assets and connections, which helps administrators and
operators understand the condition of the current OT system. By connecting to the Security Dashboard Console, a security management platform, the
administrators or operators can effectively manage and monitor all the intrusion prevention systems in one place. This provides an easier way to
monitor the devices and execute policy updates, firmware updates, and pattern updates.
Dynamically Prevent Malicious Cyber Threat Activity Affecting Your System
The IEC-G102–BP Series is designed to protect mission-critical assets at the OT network edge. It silently analyzes your network traffic in the
background and offers granular behavior monitoring and control of cyber activities. These IPS devices provide both “Monitor” and “Protect”
modes to facilitate different OT scenarios. Monitoring mode gives administrators full visibility of cyber threat activities. In the case of an emergency,
administrators can easily switch to “Protect” mode to block and contain any malicious operations.
Industrial Protocol Whitelist Control for Mission-critical Assets
Using advanced Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology, the IEC-G102–BP Series is equipped with industrial protocol awareness to offer granular
command of control system traffic to critical controllers.
Virtual Patching and Intelligent Threat Protection
Frequently patching significantly reduces a system’s exposure to the cyberthreats. However, patching continues to be a critical challenge in the OT
environment because OT applications cannot afford to interrupt operations by shutting down systems to apply patches. Virtual patching
technology can help complement existing patch management processes by shielding known and unknown vulnerabilities. Virtual patching acts as
an agentless emergency security tool that OT administrators and operators can use to quickly remedy vulnerabilities on affected OT equipment.
The IEC-G102–BP Series provides advanced protection against threats with its up-to-date threat information and offers your systems exclusive
protection from undisclosed and zero-day threats.
- Ultra-compact industrial security box with IPS/IDS
- Granular policy enforcement with whitelisting control
- LAN Bypass design to prevent a single point of failure and traffic overloading
- Bump-in-the-wire installation without impacting the network
- SDC Manageable
- Automatic Pattern