PAS Announces Integrity 6.3.0

March 18, 2019

PAS is pleased to announce Integrity™ 6.3.0. Integrity 6.3.0 delivers new features and enhancements for both Automation Integrity™ and Cyber Integrity™.  

Cyber Integrity Capabilities 

New Cyber Integrity IT/OT risk analytics enable comprehensive and continuous OT endpoint security.

New risk analytics capabilities include:

  • Continuous endpoint risk visualization: Continuously measure OT endpoint security posture across all major automation systems to help both IT and OT cybersecurity professionals identify and visualize OT cybersecurity risk. Identify at-risk endpoints using topological views based on pre-built risk analytics. See the most current OT endpoint risk information, including vulnerabilities, patch status, baseline deviations, communication paths, and OT endpoint role in the process in a highly intuitive layout that is both easy to understand and actionable.

  • Endpoint relationships and risk propagation: Identify vulnerable OT endpoints and their relationships and connections with other endpoints and their role in the process. Visualize how risk can propagate based on relationships and connection paths. Pinpoint how an attacker can use a compromised OT endpoint, such as an engineering workstation, to pivot through the OT environment and put other OT endpoints, such as the Distributed Control Systems (DCS) and Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) which control critical processes, at risk.

  • IT & OT endpoint risk perspectives: Ensure both IT and OT cybersecurity professionals have the risk frame of reference they need to actionably reduce risk within OT environments. Identify and visualize OT risk from both OT and IT cybersecurity perspectives, collecting and analyzing multi-vendor automation asset data for not only Level 2 systems, but also for Level 1 and 0 systems – all the way down to the card and instrument level. Drill down to understand the factors that put OT endpoints at risk, such as vulnerabilities, patch currency gaps, and configuration changes. Share views between IT and OT teams, so IT teams have situational awareness and can continuously monitor the current state of cyber endpoint risk, and OT teams can use their specialized knowledge of the endpoint and its role in the process to perform additional cyber risk analysis and prioritize remediation actions.

  • Joint IT/OT forensics and response platform: Create systematic workflows that both IT and OT teams can use to track incident response, forensic analysis, and risk remediation progress. Obtain deep insight into the root cause of OT cybersecurity incidents. See control strategies and configuration baseline deviations for Level 0 endpoints such as field devices. Understand data flows and device interrelationships.

Shared Automation Integrity and Cyber Integrity Capabilities 

  • Usability and performance enhancements: Sleek new Integrity user interface, inspired by modern, mobile interfaces, streamlines views while retaining familiar workflow options and maintaining full functionality. New navigation menus, advanced filtering and sorting, and enhanced controls deliver information more effectively and in a more actionable format. Streamlined database activities deliver faster processing and response times. New underlying user interface and database technologies will also continue to be leveraged to further enhance Integrity performance and usability in future releases.

For additional information, including a list of defects and customer enhancement requests addressed in this release, see the Release Notes. To acquire the software, please contact Technical Support at To view the latest information about all Integrity/DOC4000 releases, see the Technical Updates page.