The building automation and facility sector is rapidly adopting IoT-based systems with the goal of significantly reducing operational costs. This digital transformation is connecting legacy systems to new devices and sensors, expanding the attack surface for cyber threats.
Let’s look at both the promise of smart buildings and the realities of managing their cybersecurity risks.
Earlier this year when we declared 2019 the Year of ICS Cyber Security, we underestimated just how quickly the market would grow. OT security is without a doubt a top priority for businesses worldwide; and buyers are demanding IT/OT converged solutions.
Read on to find out why Nozomi Networks has secured a strong early lead in fulfilling the global demand for effective industrial security.
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.