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How Xage Security Supports The Saudi National Cybersecurity Authority’s Operational Technology Cybersecurity Controls (NCA OTCC-1:2022)

By March 28, 2023 No Comments

The urgency of increasing cybersecurity measures for operational technology, especially in critical infrastructure, is skyrocketing worldwide. Cybersecurity authorities and regulating bodies across the globe have issued guidelines and directives to require industrial organizations and critical infrastructure operators to secure the cyber layers of their operations.

Recently, the National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA) of Saudi Arabia issued their Operational Technology Cybersecurity Controls, referred to as NCA OTCC-1: 2022 for short. The document covers four key domains, each with a set of sub-domains and controls. 

Icons representing the four key domains of NCA OTCC:1-2022 and their subdomains for OT Cybersecurity.

The Xage Fabric Platform is able to support many of the controls required in the NCA OTCC-1: 2022 document, especially those in the Cybersecurity Defense domain, and the sub-domains covering Access Control, Remote Access, Asset Management, and Network Security.

For a brief overview of how the Xage Fabric delivers requirements such as secure remote access, identity-based access control, and data security, download our Executive Brief: “How Xage Security Supports the Saudi Arabia NCA OTCC-1: 2022 Cybersecurity Mandates.”

For an even deeper dive, please request our extended white paper, outlining in detail how Xage covers many NCA required controls.

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