Protecting My OT & IoT Systems
Safeguarding the Entire IT/OT Landscape, Including ICS Systems and Processes
In the past, industrial control systems weren’t considered high risk for cyberattacks because they weren’t connected to enterprise systems or the internet.
Today, the use of common technology platforms, IT/OT data sharing, and cloud-based applications and analytics have made OT and IoT systems a primary target for threat actors.
CIOs and CISOs are now expected to protect the entire IT/OT landscape, including all physical assets and industrial processes. To achieve this, OT and IoT security needs to be part of an overall digital security strategy managed by a collaborative IT/OT team.
Aligning IT and OT to Close Security Gaps and Gain Operational Efficiency
Attackers can exploit the security gaps that exist between IT and OT systems because those systems have traditionally been managed by different teams with separate priorities and organizational structures.
To reduce blind spots, IT and OT teams need to establish a single, comprehensive enterprise-wide security strategy. But combining IT and OT security isn’t simple – OT networks are often larger and more complex than IT networks. They include assets, proprietary protocols, and processes that aren’t familiar to existing IT security tools and teams.
We thoroughly understand industrial networks and processes. The Nozomi Networks solution is uniquely designed to facilitate security consolidation between your IT, IoT and OT networks.
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