How to recognize faults, malfunctions, and critical events?

Easy answer: By detecting malfunctions and communication problems with automatic checking protocols for configuration errors, interoperability, and IED failures. Critical events are also logged automatically.


A selection of detectable issues:

IED configuration changes

Monitor the configuration revision fields in messages on the network 24/7 and detect if device configurations have been changed.

Configuration errors

Depending on your preference, you can compare the IEC 61850 parameters with their input specifications or their SCL file to detect typical configuration errors, such as incorrect VLAN configuration, incorrect GOOSE parameters, or incorrect data sets.


Analyze the duration of each GOOSE message to detect problems such as denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, IED failures, or network congestion. It also provides early detection of time synchronization problems.

Interopera­bility issues

Get instant alerts when control commands fail in MMS, IEC 60870-5-104, or DNP3. Get detailed information to help you identify protocol and interoperability issues in MMS, IEC 60870-5-104, DNP3, Modbus, Synchrophasor, and more.
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“Functional monitoring is the cornerstone of reliability in complex systems, providing a real-time window into critical infrastructure. It detects malfunctions and functional problems in OT networks, creating opportunities for immediate response. ”

Ozan Dayanc

Product Manager Cybersecurity

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Functional monitoring and intrusion detection in one device

Our in-depth analysis not only protects your network, but also provides valuable information about communication and interoperability issues.

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24/7 detection of 
communication problems

Critical communication problems can often go unnoticed. With our solution, you detect problems and learn the exact cause of the disruption. All incidents are automatically logged for later analysis.

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during maintenance

"Maintenance mode" allows only selective access, reducing false alarms during maintenance or commissioning. You decide what is allowed in this mode. Engineering PCs and test equipment can be registered if required. The mode is activated and deactivated at the click of a button.

Immediate failure or malfunction notification

When problems occur, you are notified through a variety of channels, including binary contacts, syslog, SNMP, and graphical visualization. Integrations with many 3rd-party management systems are also available.

Configuration and
interoperability testing

By comparing all communication activity with the defined inputs and/or SCL files of the network system, you can quickly detect configuration and interoperability errors in GOOSE, sampled values, and protocol settings. Failed control commands in MMS and IEC-60870-5-104 are also logged.


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