We performed a comparison between Nozomi Networks and Phosphorus Cybersecurity based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out what your peers are saying about Forescout, Nozomi, Armis Security and others in IoT Security.
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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.
Empowering enterprises to go beyond discovery to full xIoT visibility and remediation. Phosphorus fully automates the remediation of the biggest IoT, OT, and network device vulnerabilities—including unknown and inaccurate asset inventory, default device credentials, out-of-date device firmware, and out-of-date certificates.
Nozomi Networks is ranked 2nd in IoT Security with 2 reviews while Phosphorus Cybersecurity is ranked 8th in IoT Security. Nozomi Networks is rated 9.4, while Phosphorus Cybersecurity is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Nozomi Networks writes "Provides security for our operational technology environment". On the other hand, Nozomi Networks is most compared with Claroty Platform, Dragos, Tenable OT Security, Forescout Platform and CyberX, whereas Phosphorus Cybersecurity is most compared with Armis.
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