Nozomi Networks was a top contender in the ICS Detection Challenge at the S4 conference. Our product quality and depth were highlighted, reinforcing why customers around the globe have chosen to deploy our solution.
We commend this contest for creating this opportunity to showcase what ICS cybersecurity products and research teams in asset discovery and detection can deliver.
This week the top minds in industrial cybersecurity are gathered at the S4 conference in Miami. A key initiative of the event is the ICS Detection Challenge, designed to test the capabilities of passive ICS monitoring and threat detection solutions.
Nozomi Networks achieved a high score for asset inventory it was called out by the judges for being “more detailed and more accurate” than the other solutions.
Amid rising threats to industrial control systems, it’s good to see more and more operators realizing there is new technology available that can significantly help them with the challenge of ICS cybersecurity. Companies are moving beyond relying on network segmentation, industrial firewalls and SIEMs and want to monitor and analyze their network traffic in real-time so they can immediately act to defend security and reliability.
Our passive ICS cybersecurity and visibility solution addresses that goal, and today I am glad to let you know that we are advancing our offering with our second major product release of 2017. It further enhances our strength in ICS threat detection and addresses the needs of large customers for easy IT/OT integration. Let’s look at the key capabilities in release 17.5.
Over the past few years I have traveled around the world meeting with utility operators, oil and gas companies and manufacturers. It has been exciting to see the difference our SCADAguardian passive OT monitoring solution is making in terms of improving ICS cyber resiliency and operational productivity.
But, I have also heard how our technology can do better in terms of addressing some day-to-day cybersecurity, operational and reliability challenges. I am thus glad to be writing today about our first major release of SCADAguardian in 2017, and its improvements in the areas of asset management, vulnerability assessment and faster, easier deployment via dynamic learning.