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Hardware Supply Chain Compromise in Human Interface Devices: Nozomi Networks + Hydro Québec Joint Research

Hardware Supply Chain Compromise in Human Interface Devices: Nozomi Networks + Hydro Québec Joint Research

Compromised Human Interface Devices (HID) such as a mouse, keyboard, or other USBs, which can be found in offices or industrial environments, can be adapted to perform physical attacks. Imagine the cyber-physical effect of an insider plugging a compromised keyboard/mouse into a workstation or Human Machine Interface (HMI). With the aim of setting up a proof of concept, Nozomi Networks and the Hydro-Québec Research Institute (IREQ) will explain how to detect, notify, and recommend proper countermeasures around compromised hardware devices.

Speeding IT Visibility into OT: New Integrations with Fortinet

Speeding IT Visibility into OT: New Integrations with Fortinet

Fortinet and Nozomi Networks achieve another partnership milestone with two new integrations that help eliminate the gap between IT and OT. Now Nozomi Networks Guardian is now comprehensively integrated with FortiGate, FortiNAC, and FortiSIEM.

Learn how these integrations deliver full visibility across IT and OT environments, improve access control and speed incident response.

Nozomi Networks Cyber Security Solution Embedded in RUGGEDCOM

Nozomi Networks Cyber Security Solution Embedded in RUGGEDCOM

Nozomi Networks is bundling its real-time ICS cyber security and visibility solution on the new RUGGEDCOM RX15xx Multi-Service Platform from Siemens AG.

Read on to learn how this industrial networking platform with embedded security improves operational resiliency with minimal rackspace and streamlined deployment.