Operation technology security company Claroty announced new enhancements to it’s OT security platform. Claroty has added remote incident management to The Claroty Platform as a fully integrated capability that spans the entire incident lifecycle.
“Arming cybersecurity teams with the ability to detect, investigate, and respond to not only asset-based attacks, but also to identity-based attacks, is at the heart of the new enhancements to The Claroty Platform,” said Grant Geyer, Chief Product Officer of Claroty, in a press release. “Our customers can now further evolve their OT security posture, strategy, and workflows for a variable work environment, while enduring adversarial activity and whatever else they might encounter on the network.”
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many operations to shift to remote work. With remote incident management, cybersecurity teams will be able to detect, investigate, and respond to security incidents on OT networks from any location. They’ll also have the ability to identify and differentiate authorized remote user activity from unauthorized activity and disconnect potentially harmful OT remote sessions.
The Claroty Platform’s new features allow teams to adapt their monitoring, inspection, and response management from on- or off-site premises without compromising efficiency or effectiveness.
“Receiving vulnerability alerts in real-time is a must-have for our multinational mining, metals, and petroleum operations,” said Thomas Leen, VP Cybersecurity of BHP, in the release. “The Claroty Platform allows us to quickly identify which of our assets have led to vulnerabilities and prioritise the actions we need to take in order to reduce and eliminate potential risks to the business.”