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Focus on Plant Security

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Claroty

Claroty

Protect plant assets from cybersecurity threats

The fully integrated Claroty Platform (photo) incorporates realtime vulnerability monitoring and network “hygiene” insights with attack-vector analysis capabilities, allowing industrial asset owners to better protect industrial control systems from cyberattacks. The system includes a comprehensive, integrated suite of products that are designed to provide safe, passive threat monitoring to protect industrial networks. It continuously monitors for new anomalies and vulnerabilities and analyzes pathways to their most important assets. It is suitable for use in electric transmission systems or oil-and-gas pipelines, says the company. The product produces a comprehensive report for plant operators, detailing the industrial network and its assets, to give users deeper insight into the state of the network configuration and any weaknesses. — Claroty, New York, N.Y.

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