The unified cybersecurity platform will revolutionize IoT security, equipping industries with effective tools to protect their networks.
FREMONT, CA: The cybersecurity threats have increased proportionally to the rapid digitalization over the last decade. The organization are migrating their assets and operations to the cloud for enhanced access and flexibility. Often, they lose visibility and control over the assets since the cloud vendor manages the infrastructure. Also, several enterprises often neglect to secure endpoint devices in their network.
To meet the digital security requirements across various industries, CyberX, an IoT and industrial control system (ICS) security company, recently launched an agentless industrial cybersecurity platform. The platform will focus on protecting unmanaged IoT devices in enterprises, including routers, CCTV cameras, wireless access points, smart lights, smart televisions, HVAC, wireless printers, sensors, and medical devices.
CyberX possesses comprehensive expertise in monitoring unmanaged IIOT and ICS devices for over 2000 enterprise across the globe. Its clients include energy providers, pharmaceutical companies, chemical companies, and national electric and gas utilities across Europe and Asia Pacific region. Their partners include technology companies such as Palo Alto Networks, IBM Security, Splunk, ServiceNow, CyberArk, McAfee, GE Digital, DXC Technology, Optiv, and WWT.
The IoT security platform by CyberX comes with patented M2M-aware behavioral analytics and machine learning technology. CyberX facilitates the integration of existing IT security stacks. It enables enterprises to leverage security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) approaches to secure IoT and ICS devices with minimal staffing. The cloud-based Cortex app for Palo Alto Networks by CyberX offers zero-trust strategies for M2M networks.
CyberX has simplified global deployments of security strategies for IT and OT sectors by offering a unified approach of device security, consequently reducing complexity as well the risk of cyberattacks. Since most cyber attackers establish a foothold in IT networks before moving onto OT, the unified strategy will substantially mitigate the enterprise-wide risk factor.
The agentless security platform can be deployed seamlessly to provide actionable insights within a matter of minutes. The vital features of the platform include IoT asset discovery, IoT risk and vulnerability management, IoT threat monitoring and incident response, IoT threat intelligence, and SOC integration. It also provides enhanced visibility of risk across various sites, utilizing configurable command-and-control strategies.