What’s New in Nozomi Networks v19.0 ICS Security Solution

What’s New in Nozomi Networks v19.0 ICS Security Solution

With cyberattacks on industrial systems making headlines around the world, it’s important to find new ways to improve cyber security and bridge the gap between IT, OT, and IoT. Nozomi Networks v19.0 focuses on expanding and improving security visibility with new features such as an appliance for monitoring remote locations, integrations with Cisco & Aruba, new built-in compliance reports, some powerful query & reporting enhancements, and more…

Suzanne Spaulding: How to Build Resiliency Against Cyberattacks

Suzanne Spaulding: How to Build Resiliency Against Cyberattacks

If you weren’t one of the 3,000 security leaders who attended the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2019 in National Harbor, you missed an important talk.

During her session on “Accelerating Industrial Cyber Security; Protecting Production & Profits”, Suzanne Spaulding, former Under Secretary at the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), shared her suggestions for effectively building resiliency against cyberattacks. Read on to find out what role an asset inventory and automated threat detection play.

Cisco Catalyst Switches Embed Nozomi Networks Solution

Cisco Catalyst Switches Embed Nozomi Networks Solution

This week at Cisco Live!, Nozomi Networks is proudly introducing its solution for real-time cyber security and OT network visibility on Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series switches.

Find out about this consolidated offering that gives industrial operators a powerful switching platform with built-in industrial cyber security capabilities.

Nozomi Networks Labs Finds New Rockwell PLC Vulnerability

Nozomi Networks Labs Finds New Rockwell PLC Vulnerability

Today, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued ICS CERT Advisory (ICSA-19-120-01) concerning Rockwell Automation CompactLogix controllers.

Nozomi Networks responsibly disclosed the vulnerability to CISA and Rockwell Automation.

Read on to learn about our findings and gain a better understanding of the cyber risks of legacy devices.