Tripwire, a leading provider of compliance and security solutions to global industrial organizations and enterprises, has partnered with Nozomi Networks Inc., a reputed IoT, and OT security provider. The partnership aims at helping organizations to minimize cyber risks through consistent security controls of their IoT OT, and IT environments.
Tripwire’s vice president of strategy, Tim Erlin, said that collaborating with Nozomi Network will enable their customers to gain access to the IoT and OT threat detection and network monitoring systems. The systems are completely integrated with the industry-standard solutions of Tripwire to ensure compliance validation, integrity monitoring, and change detection. He also added that entering into a partnership with Nozomi Networks will enable the company to offer a consolidated and complete view of the OT and IT compliance and security posture of customers with the use of proven solutions.
The senior vice president of business development and alliances of Nozomi Networks, Chet Namboodri, said that they are privileged to collaborate with Tripwire to assist organizations in meeting their increasing need for cybersecurity solutions that effectively integrate with IoT and IT. He also added that Nozomi Networks has already successfully worked with Tripwire on customer integrations in Oil & Gas, Power Utilities, and Manufacturing. The company firmly believes that this partnership will enhance their joint efforts to help global customers meet their needs for OT and IT compliance and security.
The perfect blend of the compliance offering of Tripwire with asset visibility, real-time monitoring, industrial cybersecurity, and vulnerability analytics solutions of Nozomi Networks offers a comprehensive view of the OT and IT networks. Customers around the globe will be greatly benefited from the consolidated view of policy compliance across OT and IT. It will improve the visibility of OT information for the different IT personnel.
Nozomi Networks is globally recognized as the leader of IoT and OT security. The company is well-known for its superior operational visibility and advanced IoT and OT threat detection capabilities. Nozomi Networks supports over 48 million devices in several installations across manufacturing, energy, utilities, mining, transportation, smart cities, building automation, and other crucial infrastructure. The various products of Nozomi Networks can be deployed on the cloud platform and onsite. It leverages artificial intelligence to automate visualizing, monitoring, and inventorying of the industrial control networks. Its use cases are much more than cybersecurity and include asset management, predictive maintenance, and troubleshooting.
Tripwire, on the other hand, has been successful in protecting different organizations from the most damaging cyberattacks for over 20 years. The company has been keeping pace with the evolving and rapidly changing technological complexities and has provided the organizations with optimum defense against a number of ever-evolving threats. Over the past years, the reputed company has extended help to thousands of organizations around the world. Tripwire has catered to the needs of organizations operating in different sectors such as retail, finance, industrial, government, and healthcare. The company has helped organizations create a strong foundation for optimum compliance, security, and operational excellence. The partnership of Tripwire and Nozomi Networks is likely to offer maximum benefits to global organizations.
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