Your Partner in
OT & IoT Security and Visibility
We help you minimize risk and maximize operational resilience by providing exceptional network visibility, threat detection and actionable insights across your critical infrastructure.
NEW RESEARCH FROM NOZOMI NETWORKS LABS
Black Hat USA 2022
Visit Nozomi Networks at Black Hat USA 2022
We’re excited to see you at Black Hat USA! Whether you’re looking for a technical deep dive, you’re curious about how to solve an OT / IoT security and visibility challenge or just want to grab some swag, we’d love to see you at Booth 1072.
NEW INDUSTRY CONTENT
Improving Smart Building Security
Today’s smart buildings contain a growing number of IoT and OT devices that must be identified, monitored, and secured from cyberattacks. Learn how to protect your smart buildings from cyber threats, risks, and anomalies – while keeping occupants comfortable and safe.
New Labs Research
Industroyer vs. Industroyer2: Evolution of the IEC 104 Component
Read the latest analysis of Industroyer2 from Nozomi Networks Labs: learn about its OT capabilities, major changes between Industroyer and Industroyer2, and how the codebase has evolved over time.
New Industry Content
Keeping Pace with Your Airport Cybersecurity Challenges
As cyber threats continue to escalate, airports are increasingly a target. An airport’s complex, diverse and dispersed systems create more exposure to cyberattacks – find out how to reduce cybersecurity risks and maintain operational resilience.
New Industry Content
Improve Your Cybersecurity and Operational Resilience in Manufacturing
Increased digitalization and IoT deployments open industrial manufacturers to new cyber threats and risks. See how manufacturers can reduce cybersecurity risk and increase operational resilience.
in Key Industries
Securing the World’s Largest Organizations
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From POC to implementation Nozomi has been quick to answer questions, provide feedback, and extensive support … Guardian is feature rich and Nozomi offers many different solutions for all aspects of our OT environment…
Nozomi hands down wins the evaluations … the Nozomi platform was able to pick out and properly categorize more L2 devices than any other tool in the market place.
Guardian gives us precise alerts, with almost no false positives. Real events are clearly visible with the risk level indicator, making it easy to decide when and how to react.
Nozomi won hands down in terms of key features … The superb support and technical know-how provided by their Lead Engineer … [was] a key deciding factor.
Nozomi Networks is the leader in OT and IoT security and visibility. We accelerate digital transformation by unifying cybersecurity visibility for the largest critical infrastructure, energy, manufacturing, mining, transportation, building automation and other OT sites around the world.
Our innovation and research make it possible to tackle escalating cyber risks through exceptional network visibility, threat detection and operational insight.
Partnering to Optimize
OT and IoT Security
Deeply Aligned with
Trusted OT/IoT/IT Partners
OT and IoT Security and Visibility
The Nozomi Networks solution is deployed in a wide variety of mixed environments for rapid asset discovery, network visualization and accelerated security.
LATEST FROM THE BLOG
We’re publishing the details of a new vulnerability (tracked under CVE-2022-30563) affecting the implementation of the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) WS-UsernameToken authentication mechanism in some IP cameras developed by Dahua, a very popular manufacturer of IP-based surveillance solutions. This vulnerability could be abused by attackers to compromise network cameras by sniffing a previous unencrypted ONVIF interaction and replaying the credentials in a new request towards the camera.
Zero trust requires knowing how systems interact and how to minimize information access. This isn’t simple to apply, especially for existing OT and IoT systems.