Recognized for ground-breaking leadership in energy, transport and industrial cyber security
NEW YORK, March 25, 2019 – Nozomi Networks Inc., the leader in industrial cyber security and operational visibility, has been named a 2019 New Energy Pioneer by BloombergNEF (BNEF). The company is being recognized today at the BNEF Summit in New York for its impact on helping industrial infrastructure around the world become more resilient and secure.
“It’s an honor to receive this prestigious awards as another validation that our dedication to securing the world’s critical infrastructure is paying off,” said Nozomi Networks CEO Edgard Capdevielle. “As cyber threats grow in number and sophistication, Nozomi Networks will continue to expand our global efforts to deliver the technology and expertise needed to help industrial operators build cyber resiliency and fuel their digital transformation. We couldn’t be working on a more important cause, and we couldn’t be doing it with a better team.”
BNEF’s New Energy Pioneers are made up of ten ground-breaking companies that are revolutionizing energy, transport and industrial sectors with new business models, technologies, market structures and commercial opportunities.
An independent panel of industry experts, assisted by BNEF’s analysts and technology specialists, selected ten winners from more than 185 applicants in 35 countries around the world. Each candidate was assessed against three criteria:
- the potential to scale the opportunity and have global impact
- the level of innovation of the technology or business model, and the novelty it brings to the market, and
- its momentum, highlighted by substantive progress in forming strong commercial partnerships, establishing distribution channels and growing revenue
Superior operational visibility, advanced ICS threat detection and strength across global deployments helped Nozomi Networks stand out from this year’s applicant pool. Nozomi Networks solutions support hundreds of thousands of devices in more than 1,000 global installations spanning utilities, oil & gas, manufacturing, pharma, mining, transportation, and critical infrastructure. Deep knowledge of the complexities of ICS networks and continuous innovation in artificial intelligence have made Nozomi Networks fifth-generation technology the leader in real-time cyber security and visibility for industrial control networks.
“This year we received a record number of high quality candidates for the New Energy Pioneers program,” said Michael Wilshire, selection committee chair and head of strategy at BloombergNEF. “We continue to see strong innovation in the use of digital technologies such as AI, IoT and cyber security that will make our electricity system and industrial processes more efficient, flexible, clean and secure. We are heartened by the initiative, creativity and determination of these Pioneers and by the impact they can have on industries and society.”