Securing OT & IoT Critical Infrastructure to Meet Federal Government Standards
Federal agencies need to achieve their missions while ensuring service continuity and combat-readiness—all while facing escalating cyber threats.
The latest U.S. White House Executive Order, with its expedited schedule for improving cyber defenses, signals the urgency of confronting the growing cybersecurity challenge.
There is a need to advance cyber visibility, detection and monitoring capabilities, especially for the automation and industrial control systems that deliver critical services and capabilities.
Which OT / IoT Security Challenge is Keeping You Awake at Night?
See and Secure Critical Infrastructure Systems
“If you can’t see a network, you can’t defend a network, and if you can’t see a network quickly, you certainly don’t have a prayer of defending the network. And that applies to both IT and OT.”
Anne Neuberger, U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor for Cyber and Emerging Technology
Rapidly Detect Malware and Hasten Incident Response
“A significant shift in how operational technologies (OT) are viewed, evaluated, and secured within the U.S. is needed to prevent malicious cyber actors (MCA) from executing successful, and potentially damaging, cyber effects.”
National Security Agency, Cybersecurity Advisory
How Nozomi Networks Works with the U.S. Federal Government
The Nozomi Networks solution is available through various authorized Resellers and Distributors on multiple contracts and purchasing Schedules.
Nozomi Networks works with the organizations shown on the right on U.S. federal agency projects.
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