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.
MAP YOUR NETWORK
Machine learning isolates each asset on your network and maps the flow of traffic between them.
FIX VULNERABILITIES SOONER
Passive scanning detects CVEs without interrupting operations.
BLOCK ATTACK VECTORS
Threat modelling shows you how to protect your most sensitive assets.
AUTOMATE SECURITY CONTROLS
Change management and event logging catch deviations from your secure baseline.
Nozomi Networks is ranked 6th in Operational Technology (OT) Security while Tripwire Industrial Visibility is ranked 9th in Operational Technology (OT) Security. Nozomi Networks is rated 0.0, while Tripwire Industrial Visibility is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Nozomi Networks is most compared with Claroty Platform, Tenable.ot, Dragos and Armis, whereas Tripwire Industrial Visibility is most compared with Dragos and Claroty Platform.
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