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Nozomi Networks signed a partnership deal to bundle its network visibility and real-time OT cyber security products with Accenture’s threat-hunting services.
Moreno Carullo, co-Founder and chief technology officer of San Fransisco–headquartered ICS and SCADA cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks, told POWER on October 18 that the discovery of yet another undocumented advanced malware was “inevitable.” He added: “We are seeing a trend in ICS cybersecurity where this, and other malwares do exist, and they are threatening our world’s most critical infrastructures.”
“With continuous visibility, advanced ICS security and constant education, industrial facilities worldwide can leverage their skills and tools to ensure they aren’t at risk to be hit next at a time where industrial controls and critical infrastructure are priority cybersecurity targets,” adds Moreno Carullo.
Possibly the most powerful attack group operating in the wild, GreyEnergy, has been identified as the successor of BlackEnergy, the group responsible for the first power blackout caused by a cyber-attack – in Ukraine in December 2015.
Edgard Capdevielle, CEO of industrial cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks, said that the report highlighted the scope of the Pentagon’s problems. Capdevielle said it’s “not entirely surprising that military leaders turned a blind eye to security weaknesses within the Pentagon’s multibillion-dollar weapons systems.”
L’organe parlementaire de contrôle des politiques fédérales américaines dresse un état des lieux préoccupant de la sécurité informatique des systèmes d’armes. Certains experts voudraient toutefois y voir une source d’encouragements.
The current threat landscape is quickly expanding as attackers with various levels of sophistication are more easily finding the tools and tactics needed to be successful and government organizations need to sit up and take action.
It is inevitable that industrial organizations within North America and Europe will continue to charge forward with implementing Industry 4.0 and IoT technologies. It’s the dawn of a new age of automation and these regions are laboring to maintain their lead. The winners will be those who embrace security as a critical component of technology planning.
With the frequency and sophistication of attacks on Australia’s electricity networks continuing to increase, industry participants need to implement a range of defensive measures.
Nozomi Networks is an ICS startup with a lot of momentum, and in a world where IT and OT are increasingly converging, is deepening its IT strategic and channel partnerships to wind up on what they think will inevitably be the winning side.
In the field of industrial control systems (ICS), there is a security system that is rapidly increasing its presence. It is “SCADAguardian of Nozomi Networks. The product has already been adopted by more than 1,000 factories and plants, and the number of monitored devices exceeds 250,000. I asked Edgard Capdevielle, president and chief executive officer of the company, about its characteristics.
Nozomi NetworksがシリーズCラウンドで3000万ドルを調達した。 カリフォルニア州サンフランシスコ拠点のこの会社は、自らを産業セキュリティ大手と呼び、製造業、エネルギー、鉱業、そして水力発電やガス配給の設備などさまざまな業界の工業用デバイス30万台以上にセキュリティソリューションを提供している。
Global venture capital firm GGV Capital has backed a $30-million Series C financing round for cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks, along with Planven Investments, Lux Capital, Energize Ventures and THI Investments.
The new funding was provided by Planven Investments SA, Energize Ventures, THI Investments and GCV capital, and Lux Capital. The cybersecurity firm is accelerating in all areas and is collaborating continuously with industry bigwigs like Cisco, IBM, and Atos. The new round will thus, help them to grow at a faster rate.
Network monitoring provider, Nozomi Networks Inc., raised $30 million in Series C financing.
Nozomi plans to use its Series C proceeds to invest help double its headcount for just under 60 employees today to roughly 120 workers within the next two years
Nozomi Networks, a San Francisco-based company that specializes in industrial cybersecurity, announced Thursday that it raised $30 million in its Series C funding round — yet another sign that investors see growth potential in the market for guarding industrial control systems (ICS).
The funds will be used to broaden the company’s global presence and continue expansion in the research and development department.
Nozomi Networks announced it has raised $30 million in Series C financing. The company’s first institutional investor, Giovanni Canetta Roeder, led the efforts of Planven Investments SA, GGV Capital, Lux Capital, Energize Ventures (formerly Invenergy Future Fund) and THI Investments, bringing Nozomi Networks’ total funding to date to $53.8 million.
“The backing of all our existing investors so quickly after our previous round is tremendous validation that the time for Nozomi Networks is now,” said Edgard Capdevielle, President and CEO of Nozomi Networks. “While 2018 has been a year of great attention on industrial vulnerabilities, 2019 will be the year the industry takes greater action to secure the world’s critical infrastructure.”