Tag: ICS Cybersecurity

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Nozomi Networks – A Gartner Cool Vendor That’s Getting Hot

Date: June 15, 2017 By: Edgard Capdevielle
Until now Industrial Control System (ICS) Cybersecurity wasn’t the coolest area of cybersecurity, but Gartner is changing that with its recognition of Nozomi Networks as a 2017 Cool Vendor. Last week, we were honored to learn that Nozomi Networks is a 2017 Gartner Cool Vendor. We are excited that our innovation and its positive impact on ICS cybersecurity will now be brought to the attention of more companies around the world.

I am also very pleased to share the news that the company has seen better than expected customer growth, has made two senior strategic hires, and has recently won a number of industry accolades. Read on to find out more about the momentum being generated by the Nozomi Networks’ team and its advanced OT security technology…

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WannaCry: A Wake-up Call to Revisit ICS Cybersecurity Measures

Date: May 17, 2017 By: Heather MacKenzie
Updated May 19, 2017

The WannaCry ransomware malware broke onto the world scene on Friday May 12, 2017 when it infected over 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries. Thankfully, the impact on manufacturing systems and critical infrastructure was relatively low. However, while WannaCry’s spread has been curtailed for now, new variants have been reported.

Immediate actions are to determine whether your systems are vulnerable by identifying computers and devices running Windows operating systems not updated with the latest security patches or communicating with the SMB1 protocol. If these situations exist, you need to execute a plan to mitigate and protect against these security weaknesses.

While we can take a deep breath that WannaCry did not shut down essential services such as power systems and water systems, the malware is certainly a very loud wake-up call Let’s look at what can be done immediately, and over time, to prevent and mitigate ransomware infections to industrial systems.

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