Indegy protects industrial networks from cyber threats, malicious insiders and human error, by providing visibility, security and control. Our solution offers an advanced Industrial Cyber Security Suite that leverages a hybrid of policy-based monitoring and networks anomaly detection, and unique device integrity checks for full visibility into ICS activities and threats.
ForceShield, the IoT Defender, is the world's first dynamic security provider to the IoT industries. ForceShield’s cybersecurity solutions help device manufacturers, system integrators and OEM bring secure IoT products to market. ForceShield is the trusted provider of IoT protection to the world’s largest high-end home router vendor, and national governments. ForceShield's investors include Eight Roads (Fidelity International) and Sumitomo Corporation Equity Asia Limited (SCEA). ForceShield is privately held with offices in Palo Alto, and an R&D center in Asia
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Veracity provides an innovative industrial network platform that improves the reliability, efficiency, and security of industrial networks and devices, without adding another layer of complexity to the network.
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Paul Myer talks w/Sean Martin during Black Hat 2017, discussing securing OT, Operational Technology
As an industry, we often focus on information technology and information security. And, while the media as a whole covers stories of denial of service attacks and power grid shut-downs, as a general rule, the industry seems to be obsessed with protecting information - protecting the traditional IT systems that manage that data - intellectual property, customer data, financials, and more. However, based on a conversation I had with Paul Myer, CEO of Veracity Industrial Networks, that needs to change - we need more attention paid to the operation technology - or “OT” space. Listen in as I catch up with Paul during Black Hat 2017 - I suspect you’ll look at cybersecurity in a different way after hearing what he has to say.