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.
I’m excited to let you know that Schneider Electric has teamed up with Nozomi Networks to help secure industrial facilities as they face escalating cyber threats and rapid digital transformation in the age of IIoT.
Our global partnership agreement provides Schneider Electric customers with easy access to our ICS cyber security and visibility solution, security-enhanced industrial internet of things solutions, and a global network of trained consultants.
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.
Defining ICS cyber security needs and selecting a trusted partner can be challenging for industrial operators, so Kim Legelis sat down with ARC Advisory Group VP Research Larry O’Brien to see if he could help simplify the process.
From the challenges of IT/OT convergence to ensuring asset visibility, read on to learn what that Larry thinks are important considerations, and ways to streamline the selection process.
What does Suzanne Spaulding, Nozomi Networks’ new Advisory Board Member, see as the biggest cyber threat challenges for CISOs and their security teams in 2019?
From what’s holding nation-state threat actors in check, to outing hackers and cross-sector collaboration, read on to learn about Suzanne’s top 6 cyber security predictions for 2019.
With the responsibility to keep their companies ahead of all enterprisewide threats, CIOs or CISOs certainly feel the pressure. They’re often challenged by lack of experience in managing digital risk from the industrial side of the company.
A key part of the solution is simple: an IT/OT SOC. And, the good news is that there is a straightforward way to integrate ICS security oversight into an existing SOC.