Energy management company Schneider Electric and industrial cybersecurity company Claroty have announced a new joint solution - Cybersecurity Solutions for Buildings - they say will help customers secure their building management systems (BMS) to protect their people, assets and operations amid growing cyber risk.
GUEST RESEARCH: Claroty, today released research into the Global State of Industrial Cybersecurity 2021: Resilience Amid Disruption, which revealed the colossal impact of ransomware on organisations during 2021, with 80% of organisations in APAC affected by ransomware attacks and just over half (51%) paying the ransom.
GUEST RESEARCH: White-hat researchers, including Claroty’s Team82, have made relatively quick work of finding vulnerabilities in the software, firmware, and communication protocols governing devices that keep shop floors running, the lights on, the water clean, and fuel pumped from refineries to homes around the world.
GUEST RESEARCH: Embedded devices with limited memory and storage resources are likely to leverage a tool such as BusyBox, which is marketed as the Swiss Army Knife of embedded Linux. BusyBox is a software suite of Unix utilities, known as applets, that are packaged as a single executable file.
COMPANY NEWS: Claroty, the industrial cybersecurity company, today announced a new integration between its Continuous Threat Detection (CTD) solution and Rockwell Automation’s FactoryTalk AssetCentre, empowering joint customers to automatically discover, protect, and manage the operational technology (OT), Internet of Things (IoT), and industrial IoT (IIoT) in their industrial networks. Claroty will exhibit the CTD Connector for AssetCentre at Automation Fair taking place November 10-11 in Houston, Texas and online, at booth #1409.
The Federal Government has released its ransomware action plan, but cyber security experts Claroty and Varonis say it falls short and needs greater commitment from the government.
Industrial cybersecurity company Claroty has opened a regional headquarters office in Singapore, further establishing its presence in the Asia-Pacific region.
Claroty security researchers have disclosed three vulnerabilities in Honeywell's Experion PKS distributed content system which permit an attacker to execute malicious code, disrupt business processes, and perform denial of service attacks. Honeywell has issued patches.
GUEST RESEARCH: The SolarWinds and Kaseya attacks were devastating intrusions at the heart of IT and network management supply chains. In each case, alleged state actors were able to infiltrate the mechanisms used by the vendors to ship software updates to customers, and infect those updates with malware, including ransomware, according to industrial security company Claroty.
GUEST OPINION by Guilad Regev, SVP Customer Care, Claroty: Whenever there is any discussion around cybersecurity in manufacturing facilities, some common themes emerge. The first is that operational technology (OT), once isolated from the global internet and all its cyber threats, is now increasingly interconnected with IT systems, and therefore exposed to a host of new dangers.
COMPANY NEWS Claroty, a leader in industrial cybersecurity, launches Team82, its new research arm dedicated to threat research reports, policies, and disclosures. It recently published a report that details vulnerabilities in cloud-based management platforms and the need to secure implementations.
Industrial cybersecurity company Claroty has secured $140 million in funding. Claroty plans to use the funding to develop its portfolio and expand into new verticals.
Cybersecurity company Claroty has unveiled a solution that provides customers OT, IoT, and IloT global asset inventory, and manages vulnerabilities affecting those assets, while enhancing its continuous threat detection solution to address cybersecurity needs.
Claroty says the vulnerability in Siemens PLCs may allow an unauthenticated attacker to write arbitrary data and code to protected memory areas or read sensitive data to launch attacks. As a response, Siemens rolls mitigation measures to reduce risks.
Tesserent's partnership with Claroty will help organisations strengthen their security and protect systems from cyber threats and downtime, and at the same time, improve their overall productivity.
Claroty’s Biannual ICS Risk & Vulnerability Report identifies critical infrastructure sectors most at risk and increased attention on security of industrial networks
GUEST RESEARCH by Claroty: Throughout the second half (2H) of 2020, 71% of industrial control system (ICS) vulnerabilities disclosed were remotely exploitable through network attack vectors, according to the second Biannual ICS Risk & Vulnerability Report released today by Claroty, the industrial cybersecurity company. The report also revealed a 25% increase in ICS vulnerabilities disclosed compared to 2019, as well as a 33% increase from 1H 2020.
GUEST OPINION: The unprecedented events of 2020 had a profound impact on industrial enterprises worldwide, forcing companies to rapidly pivot to a distributed workforce model. This sudden shift significantly increased reliance on remote-access connections, while accelerating digital transformation and making strong, purpose-built industrial cybersecurity increasingly essential.
Cybersecurity company Claroty has appointed 20 year ICT industry veteran Simon Chassar as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).
Integration Provides Full-spectrum IT/OT Visibility and Threat Detection Coverage
COMPANY NEWS: Claroty, the global leader in operational technology (OT) security, today announced it is partnering with CrowdStrike, a leader in cloud-delivered endpoint and workload protection, on an integration between The Claroty Platform and the CrowdStrike Falcon platform. This integration delivers comprehensive visibility into industrial control system (ICS) networks and endpoints, with a one-stop-shop for information technology (IT) and OT asset information directly within The Claroty Platform. It also delivers enhanced detection of ICS threats across the IT/OT boundary without the need for added connectivity, signature reconfiguration, or manual updates. The result is more effective and efficient IT/OT security governance and strengthened security posture spanning all connected sites.
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