While the world is grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, nation-state and other threat actors are capitalizing on the climate of fear, uncertainty and doubt to find OT and IoT security gaps and orchestrate new cyberattacks.
Security teams can’t completely defend systems against sophisticated cyberattacks, but visibility into these threats helps minimize security risks.
Without visibility into your operational assets, you can’t answer three fundamental questions: what’s on your network, how are devices communicating, and is there anything connected to the internet that shouldn’t be?
To encourage more organizations to include OT and IoT assets in their security monitoring programs, we’ve released Guardian Community Edition (Guardian CE) – a free tool that provides visibility into these critical assets.
Over the past few years our company has been focused on product development and building our team, but we also began to contribute research to the ICS security community.
Today we’re formally introducing Nozomi Networks Labs, whose goal is to help defend the industrial systems that support everyday life.
We are honored to announce that Frost & Sullivan has recognized Nozomi Networks as its 2019 Global Enabling Technology Leader in Industrial Cyber Security.
The award is extra special to me because it speaks as much, if not more, to the merits and accomplishments of our customers and partners as it does to the success of Nozomi Networks.