DevonWay—from nukes to petrochemical cyber security

Safety and regulatory ‘CyberWay’ toolset to enter oil, gas and chemical vertical next year.

A teaming between nuclear cyber security specialist, DevonWay and Curtiss-Wright’s Scientech unit heralds a move to the oil and gas vertical. The current partnering addresses mandatory security assessment of nuclear power plants with DevonWay’s ‘CyberWay’ software bundled with Scientech’s expertise in mapping controls to assets for assessment ‘walk-downs.’

The approach will likely extend to other critical infrastructure including oil and gas processing facilities where Curtiss-Wright is an equipment supplier. DevonWay VP Sally White told Oil IT Journal, ‘Bob Felton, our CEO and President and SVP Rich MacAlmon founded Indus International (now Ventyx). To date our focus has been on the nuclear industry where we have developed a suite of safety and regulatory products. Our workflow solutions transcend other industries and we anticipate entering the oil and gas vertical next year.’ More from (DevonWay) and (Scientech).

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