It’s a very exciting time in the history of ICS cyber security. OT security is now a business priority – and a budgeted line item for a growing majority of industrial operators.
And, as the market matures, Nozomi Networks’ team and momentum are skyrocketing, propelling us to extraordinary growth that’s showing no signs of slowing. Read on to find out why.
Going into 2018, I predicted that it would be the year ICS security went mainstream. Industrial cyber security practices would mature, IT and OT would finally converge, and AI technologies would facilitate threat monitoring.
As we kick off 2019, I reflect back on my five predictions for last year. Find out how I did, along with my thoughts on some notable OT security developments of the year.
I’m thrilled to share with you that Nozomi Networks existing investors are committing further funds to back us as the leading industrial cyber security company. We have just announced a Series C round of funding of $30 million, bringing our total investment to $54 million.
Our momentum is accelerating across key areas: customer acquisition, technology innovation, partnerships and global expansion.
We are excited to announce that our company has received $15 million in Series B financing, led by new investor Invenergy Future Fund.
This investment recognizes Nozomi Networks extraordinary accomplishments, demonstrates confidence in our future, and reflects the growing ICS cyber security market.
Let’s take a closer look at the reasons behind today’s announcement, and our company’s outlook as we enter 2018.
After a year that began with the fall-out from another Ukraine electric grid attack, saw the discovery of the first toolset since Stuxnet to target physical systems (CrashOverride/ Industroyer) and included significant harm from ransomware attacks (WannaCry, Petya/NotPetya), what’s in store for 2018?
Our team looked ahead 12 months and thought about how ICS cyber security will be different at the end of that period. From there we came up with 5 predictions you won’t want to miss.