The Grace Navigation Console provides an OT attack surface using navigation equipment found on vessels sailing around the world. This real-world equipment is found on military warships, pleasure yachts, and commercial shipping vessels. The NMEA 2000 network is based on actual ship diagrams and cyber-attacks launched on the Grace platform will manifest as they would on real vessels at sea. Operational labs include spoofing speed through water data to the ECDIS, changing the ship’s heading, and modifying position data. Our advanced user interface allows operators to see how their actions impact the system in real time and provide visibility into message traffic. Fathom5 also includes detailed training material on the systems, protocols, and operation of the console to ensure your team gets up to speed quickly.
Send in operators to monitor the ECDIS and navigation equipment, while red teams launch attacks, to train cybersecurity awareness and response, or set the console to simulation mode so your cybersecurity researchers can observe message traffic, discover vulnerabilities, and defend against potential threats.