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Claroty Adds New Capabilities to Industrial Security Platform

December 12, 2018

Industrial cybersecurity firm Claroty on Tuesday announced significant enhancements to its threat detection product, along with technology integrations with several cybersecurity, network infrastructure and industrial automation providers.

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Blind Spots in the Industrial Revolution of Things

December 3, 2018

Dave Weinstein, VP of threat research at Claroty, and Kate Fazzini, CNBC technology reporter, joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" to discuss breech that left 500 million Marriott customers' personal information vulnerable.

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Marriott data breach has been four years in the making, say experts

November 30, 2018

Dave Weinstein, VP of threat research at Claroty, and Kate Fazzini, CNBC technology reporter, joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" to discuss breech that left 500 million Marriott customers' personal information vulnerable.

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Marriott Says Starwood Data Breach Affects Up to 500 Million People

November 30, 2018

There is a risk that these passport numbers can be paired with other useful identifiers,” such as social security numbers, home addresses and email password-security answers, said David Weinstein, vice president of threat research at security firm Claroty and a former official at U.S. Cyber Command. Mr. Weinstein said he wasn’t aware of any previous theft of such a large number of passport numbers.

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The extreme ways people protect themselves from hacks

November 28, 2018

Now the vice president of threat research at Claroty, an industrial cybersecurity company, Weinstein uses at least two different identity-theft protection subscriptions, such as Experian, Equifax or Lifelock, to ensure that his information isn't being compromised or sold online. These services monitor financial data such as credit card information, loan applications and bank accounts to ensure that information isn't being compromised or sold online.

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Managing the Risk of IT-OT Convergence

November 15, 2018

The convergence of IT and OT systems are a natural phenomenon for companies embarking on the digital transformation journey. But like most innovations, it is not without risk. This risk is especially prevalent in industries like manufacturing and logistics with global supply chain footprints and small margins of production error. The good news is that the risk is manageable, especially if we learn from the lessons of the past.

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Is the Defense Department’s entire vision of cybersecurity wrong?

November 14, 2018

The United States has regularly touted its leverage in crafting responses that span the entire government. This tool kit involves military action, diplomatic action, sanctions and indictments, among others. “This is not a battle that we or other nations, for that matter, are going to win based on capability and there needs to be other instruments of national power and diplomatic leverage at play here,” Dave Weinstein, vice president of threat research at Claroty, told Fifth Domain in an October interview.

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What the Onslow Water and Sewer Authority Can Teach About Responsible Disclosure

November 13, 2018

We’ve witnessed malware victimizing enterprises ranging from small government agencies to massive, multinational corporations and, last month, we saw another high-profile chapter unfold as Onslow Water and Sewer Authority (ONWASA), a water utility in North Carolina, disclosed that a ransomware attack had left it with limited computing capabilities. But out of the damage caused by the attack also came some valuable lessons and best practices for responding to a crisis.

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U.S. CYBER COMMAND IS MAKING FOREIGN MALWARE TOOLS PUBLIC

November 8, 2018

Experts said the move by CNMF to share samples would be a benefit to the entire community. “I’m very pleased to see the CNMF take this step as they move to increase their outreach and partnerships with the private sector. I expect that the research community, both in the United States and abroad, will find that Cyber Command is highly capable of contributing to collective defense in cyberspace," said David Weinstein, vice president of threat research at Claroty and a former Senior Operations Planner at U.S. Cyber Command.

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20 Cybersecurity Firms to Watch

November 7, 2018

Industrial cybersecurity has emerged as a major concern this year amid news of heightened interest in critical infrastructure targets among nation-state-backed threat actors. Claroty is among a small but rapidly growing group of security vendors addressing the growing demands of this market.

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Russian Research Institute Was Actively Involved In TRITON ICS Attack Activity

October 23, 2018

Dave Weinstein, vice president of threat research at Claroty, says FireEye's report underscores the degree of complexity tied to the TRITON malware framework. Researchers have known for some time that only a highly resourced actor could have pulled off the attack; the FireEye analysis, if accurate, would validate that assumption, he says.

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Ex-NSA Chief Mike Rogers: How Chinese Hackers Target American Democracy

October 18, 2018

At Team8, Zafrir seeks out "trouble," in particular who is launching what attacks and how to stop them. Team8 has a small portfolio of companies dealing with a number of threats. Claroty, for instance, seeks to tackle critical infrastructure defense.

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How processors can guard against cyberattacks

October 17, 2018

“We see two primary attack vectors in industrial environments,” says Patrick McBride, chief marketing officer at Claroty, a provider of ICS network threat detection systems. “The first is gaining direct access to the operational network through exploit of vulnerabilities or compromise of access credentials. The second is spillover from the business network.”

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Meet the 2018 Leet List

October 10, 2018

The all-encompassing, ever-changing facets of cybersecurity have inspired CyberScoop to create the Leet List. We have selected individuals from all walks of the security industry to speak about the impact they are having on how society protects itself in the digital realm.

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Industry Reactions to Chinese Spy Chips: Feedback Friday

October 5, 2018

While the denials from Apple and Amazon have been relatively unprecedented in their strength and specificity, the reality is that the supply chain – for everything from consumer products, to technology, to heavy machinery – has been a perpetual source of concern for many years as a morass of potential exposure, and one that renders most security tools obsolete

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Supply chain attacks most coveted and hardest for nation states to affect says cybersecurity expert

October 4, 2018

Dave Weinstein, VP of Threat Research for Claroty, and Suzanne Spaulding, Homeland Security former undersecretary for the national protection and programs directorate, join 'Power Lunch' to discuss the cyber threat from China after Bloomberg Businessweek reported it had hacked Amazon and Apple motherboard servers by installing chips early on in the supply...

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White House touts release of National Cyber Strategy

September 30, 2018

Cyber security expert Dave Weinstein discusses election security.

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White House touts release of National Cyber Strategy

September 21, 2018

“Most government strategy documents tend to be underwhelming and this one is no different,” said Dave Weinstein, VP of threat research at Claroty and a cybersecurity fellow at the think tank New America, in emailed comments. “This isn’t a whole lot of new content or ideas, but rather amplification, clarification, and renewal of previous ones,” noting that critical infrastructure was one such area where “substance is a bit lacking.”

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Claroty Partners with Cisco

September 21, 2018

It wasn’t that long ago when Cisco created an ecosystem for protecting enterprise business networks pxGrid, Identity Services Engine (ISE) and the Firepower portfolio.To that end, Cisco users delving into the manufacturing automation sector can now extend that reach and bring their OT networks up to the same protection standard as their business networks.

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The Pentagon’s New Cyber Strategy: Defend Forward

September 21, 2018

Whereas active cyber defense, according to the Defense Department’s 2011 Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace, consisted of intrusion prevention at the perimeter and “defeat[ing] adversary activities on DoD networks and systems,” defend forward implies the conduct of operations on non-U.S. networks to “stop threats before they reach their targets.” This posture would mark a clear shift in the military’s strategy outlined by the now-superseded Defense Department Cyber Strategy from April 2015.

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Building an Integrated IT/OT Security Program: Notes From the Field

September 18, 2018

Technology alone is not enough. Operationalizing OT cybersecurity requires collaboration across parts of an organization that may not historically be aligned.  Security leaders need to rethink their scope of responsibility and map how the addition of ICS networks change the various aspects of their security programs.  I’ll discuss three core functions where I believe this is most important.

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The Connected Enterprise and PTC Partnership Highlighted at Rockwell Automation TechED 2018 Conference

September 13, 2018

The company’s partners played a key role at TechED. Industrial cybersecurity software provider, Claroty, presented its solutions that help end users detect previously unknown threats. Its solutions leverage its anomaly-detection software purpose-built for industrial network security.  This creates an inventory of an end user’s industrial network assets, monitors traffic between those assets, and analyzes communications. The software can explore a deep level of industrial network protocols without adversely impacting the system.  This enables end users to identify a range of anomalies while protecting complex and sensitive industrial networks.

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The Founders Index: A rising generation of female entrepreneurs in the US

September 12, 2018

As part of How We’ll Win, Quartz worked with data from private-equity research firm Pitchbook to develop a unique dataset that identifies more than 200 rising stars among the venture-backed companies led by female founders in the US. To choose among thousands occupying one of the most dynamic segments of the US economy, the index weights company valuation, growth rate, and fundraising.

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ICSJWG: Solid Solutions ‘Not Rocket Science’

September 5, 2018

With connectivity and interconnectivity on the rise, manufacturers need to understand there are solutions out there to ward off the bad guys and they don’t have to be too complicated. “It is not always rocket science, sometimes the solutions are pretty basic,” said Claroty’s Dave Weinstein during a talk entitled, “Tales from the Field: Dissecting Recent ICS Network Assessments”.

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Does US need to go on the cyber offensive?

August 30, 2018

Claroty’s Dave Weinstein on how the U.S. can better deal with the cyber threats globally.

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America Goes on the Cyberoffensive

August 28, 2018

The Trump administration has rolled back Obama-era rules governing the use of cyberweapons. U.S. government hackers will now have more latitude to respond to and deter cyberattacks by adversaries.

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Cyber security's $3bn start to 2018: Check out the top 10 funding recipients

August 10, 2018

Cyber security start-ups raised $3bn in the first half of this year, according to investment firm Momentum Cyber. Q1 saw $963m raised, while Q2 brought in $2.08bn.

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POLITICO – Morning Cybersecurity

August 9, 2018

“I'm not worried about rolling blackouts. I'm worried about the fact that the Russians are clearly trying to establish persistence in the energy sector,” Weinstein said, and not for intelligence collection — rather, “in order to achieve an effect in the event of escalated hostilities.”

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Intelligence officials warn of cybersecurity threats

August 4, 2018

What cyber threats face the United States? Expert Dave Weinstein shares insight.

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Russian Attacks on U.S. Industry Continue

August 2, 2018

This most recent DHS news highlights “something we have been preaching for a while regarding the risks that third-party vendors introduce to intended targets,” said Dave Weinstein, vice president of threat research at Claroty, an ICS cybersecurity technology supplier. “The Russians were very selective about which vendors they pursued during the staging phases, and the victimized vendors all have very established and trusted relationships with the intended targets.”

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Reducing the Pain of OT Network Segmentation

July 31, 2018

I believe proper network segmentation is one of the most impactful actions industrial asset owners can take to reduce the risk of a major security incident. Implementing proper segmentation is not a trivial endeavor, but some unexpected benefits of network monitoring technology can help you get there more quickly.

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10 emerging ICS and IIoT cybersecurity companies to watch

July 31, 2018

The Cybersecurity Business Report presents a short list of 10 hot and emerging OT security vendors and solution providers. They bring cutting-edge technologies, and they're gaining attention as the next-generation security companies focused on the industrial side of "Things."

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Emerging Vendors 2018: Cybersecurity Companies You Need To Know

July 26, 2018

As part of CRN's Emerging Vendors for 2018, here are 54 hot cybersecurity companies, founded in 2012 or later, that solution providers should be aware of.

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Securing Our Interconnected Infrastructure

July 25, 2018

When it comes to securing the industrial Internet of Things, we are still in very early days. Let's not raise the white flag just yet by retreating into technological isolationism. Instead, let's learn from the events of a year ago and bring together government, industry, and the critical infrastructure community to raise what are currently far too low barriers to entry for hackers.

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DHS, White House diverge on Russian threat

July 19, 2018

The Department of Homeland Security is kicking off a series of briefings this month on Russian cyberthreats to U.S. infrastructure networks, even as President Trump has seesawed on the urgency of the threat. Cybersecurity experts have stressed that Russian hackers pose a clear danger not just to U.S. election systems, but to the power grid and other vital networks.

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Startup Of The Week: Claroty

July 15, 2018

The company recently raised a new round of $60 million, bringing the total funding raised to $93 million. Investors include Temasek and three of the leading industrial control automation companies: Rockwell, Siemens and Schneider Electric. The new funding will be used to expand into new verticals, including data centers and commercial real estate.

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You Know You're at Risk, Now What?

July 3, 2018

Just as the world came to recognize IT cyberattacks as a new form of profit-driven crime, we must now recognize our global industrial and critical infrastructures are potential targets (either intended or collateral) in a 21st-century war being waged by very motivated and capable adversaries.

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Morning Cybersecurity

June 29, 2018

Russia has a tendency to be a little more active around anniversaries whether they be tied to Russian-Ukrainian relations or some other geopolitical event,” according to Dave Weinstein, vice president of threat research at Claroty, a cybersecurity firm.

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Demo Illustrates IIoT Technology Integration

June 19, 2018

With Claroty’s ability to immediately detect network anomalies, Rockwell can notify users within 2.5 minutes, on average, of a problem, Hill said.

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With Claroty’s ability to immediately detect network anomalies, Rockwell can notify users within 2.5 minutes, on average, of a problem, Hill said.

June 19, 2018

Claroty, which haspartnersacross Canada, was selected by Siemens following an “intensive technical evaluation,” the company said in a June 12 press release, and its analysis technology will be integrated with Siemens’ recently announced Industrial Anomaly Detection solution.

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More Partnership News from Security Firm Claroty

June 13, 2018

Clarotyhas been busy. Following the news of investments and partnership with Rockwell Automation, Claroty and Siemens announced a global partnership.

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Detect and defend OT networks in real time

June 13, 2018

Claroty sits on an OT network, collects information and automatically builds out a baseline of what’s normal so it can recognize deviations. It improves visibility of all the assets on the network and extends the cyber defense capabilities of the IT environment across the OT attack surface.

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Siemens Selects Claroty as Strategic Partner for Advanced Anomaly Detection and Invests in the Company

June 12, 2018

Claroty, the leader in cybersecurity for industrial control networks, and Siemens, a global technology powerhouse focusing on the areas of electrification, automation, and digitalization, today announced a global partnership.

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Tech Companies to Watch 2018

June 12, 2018

The Wall Street Journal spotlights Claroty as one of 25 emerging leaders in hot corners of the tech industry.

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One offshore driller’s cybersecurity journey

June 11, 2018

When we started this security journey, we gathered all the vendors in a room, and each wanted to build a solution," said Villano. "We didn't want all different solutions. We wanted a single security solution that would work with any vendor. That's when we found the Rockwell Automation/Claroty solution—a vendor agnostic system.

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Industrial cyber security group Claroty raises $60m

June 11, 2018

Claroty, a start-up specialising in cyber security for the industrial internet, has raised $60m from investors including equipment manufacturers Rockwell, Siemens and Schneider-Electric.

The company expanded its bookings by more than 300 per cent last year as demand for security software to protect critical infrastructure and the factory floor from cyber attacks soared.

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IoT Security Startup Claroty Raises $60M For Big Channel, Engineering Expansion

June 11, 2018

Claroty is getting so much interest from solution providers, it didn't have enough resources to support a broader channel program until the industrial Internet of Things security startup recently raised a $60 million financing round.

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Cybersecurity startup Claroty gets $60M in round led by Singapore firm

June 11, 2018

Claroty's mission is to make sure that what happens at small businesses and retail outlets doesn't happen on a larger — more devastating — scale, such as electric utilities and oil and gas infrastructures.“Our mission is to protect the most critical networks on the planet and our comprehensive platform provides our customers with the capabilities they need to accomplish this vitally important task,” says Claroty co-founder and CEO Amir Zilberstein.

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Cyber security firm Claroty raises $60 million

June 11, 2018

Claroty, a maker of software to defend factories and industrial plants from cyber attacks, said on Monday it has raised $60 million from investors including Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric and Siemens AG.

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Claroty raises $60 million to build cybersecurity for industrial networks

June 11, 2018

Claroty’s cybersecurity platform provides visibility into industrial networks and combines secure remote access with continuous monitoring for threats and vulnerabilities. The company will use investment proceeds to grow the Claroty brand globally, extend its sales and customer support, and invest in product innovation.

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Strategic, Sovereign Firms Back Industrial IoT Security Specialist Claroty

June 11, 2018

Singapore’s sovereign fund Temasek leads $60 million round

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Claroty launches partner program around industrial control systems cybersecurity

May 29, 2018

Claroty, a startup with roots in the Israel Defense Force’s intelligence apparatus, came out of stealth last year with a focus on combining the skillsets of operational and information technologies to protect industrial control systems. They have now formalized their first partner program, designed to further empower a select number of partners – from both the OT and IT sides of the house – who have already made some degree of investment in developing the skillsets needed for this space.

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The War Few Are Talking About

May 29, 2018

Just as the world came to recognize IT cyberattacks as a new form of crime, motivated by profit, we must now recognize industrial cyberattacks as tactics in a new form of “economic warfare” being waged between nation-states to gain economic and political advantage without having to pay the price of open combat.

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Claroty Commended by Frost & Sullivan for Dominating the OT Network Protection Market with Its Holistic Security Platform

May 29, 2018

Frost & Sullivan awards Claroty with 2018 North American Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award in recognition of entrepreneurial innovation and customer impact.

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Claroty Launches Channel Program, Adds Partners

May 22, 2018

Claroty released Claroty Vision, a global channel partner program for integrated solution partners, managed service providers (MSPs), and resellers.The program provides partners with the tools and resources they need to accelerate revenue in the fast-growing industrial cybersecurity market.

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Today's channel rundown - 21 May 2018

May 21, 2018

Operational technology network security specialist Claroty has today launched a new global channel partner program for integrated solution partners, MSPs and resellers. The firm said the Claroty Vision program has been designed to provide partners with tools and resources to accelerate their revenue in the fast-growing industrial cyber security market.

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Claroty Rolls Out Formal Global Partner Program

May 21, 2018

Industrial cybersecurity startup Claroty Monday unveiled its Vision global partner program and the addition of new partnerships with companies such as Optiv and Kudelski Security. The four-tier program – elite, premier, authorized and referral – features increased margin, deal registration, an online demonstration environment and co-marketing activities. It’s geared toward integrated solution partners, MSPs and resellers.

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Former N.J. tech chief Dave Weinstein hired by cybersecurity firm Claroty

May 10, 2018

After resigning in January, former New Jersey Chief Technology Officer Dave Weinstein has popped up in an executive role for Claroty, a New York City-based cybersecurity firm that provides services for industrial control systems. 

Weinstein, whose resignation coincided with the arrival of new Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy, will serve as vice president of threat research for Claroty, the company announced in a press release on Tuesday. 

Weinstein said in the release that he looks forward to contributing "insights and analytics" to customers and "a global community of operators and researchers who share our values for a secure and resilient Industrial Internet of Things," noting that his work will extend across all sectors.

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Dave Weinstein, Former New Jersey CTO, Heads to Private Cybersecurity Firm

May 9, 2018

The former state of New Jersey CTO Dave Weinstein has landed with a New York-based cybersecurity firm. 

The company, Claroty, announced that the former Gov. Chris Christie appointee would be taking over as its vice president of threat research. 

Weinstein was appointed as the state’s CTO in June 2016 and was heavily focused on efforts to centralize IT operations through the Office of Information Technology (OIT). The CTO was also instrumental in the implementation of statewide text-to-911 capabilities as well as efforts to reduce threat vectors facing the state.

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The ABCs Driving the Growth of Industrial Cybersecurity

May 9, 2018

Nothing in industrial cybersecurity is as simple as ABC. Protecting complex, yet aging industrial networks against direct and indirect attacks, planned by increasingly sophisticated adversaries, is as big a challenge as you’ll find in operational technology.

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Concern Rises About Cyber-Attacks Physically Damaging Industries

April 26, 2018

In March, U.S. agencies warned that Russia government actors were targeting U.S. critical infrastructure in widespread attacks aimed at securing a foothold in the most sensitive networks.

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Four Gas Pipeline Firms Hit in Attack on Their EDI Service Provider

April 5, 2018

Several cybersecurity experts this week cautioned against underestimating the seriousness of a cyberattack on an EDI service provider that disrupted data communication services at four major US interstate gas pipeline companies in the last few days.

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Pipeline Attacks highlight Third Party Threat to Critical Infrastructure

April 4, 2018

Recent attacks on the third-party data system of several U.S. pipeline companies highlight the persistent need for better ways to secure industrial control systems (ICSs), particularly when third-party software is in use, security experts said.

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Cyber attack shuts Energy Transfer's pipeline data system

April 4, 2018

Gas is still flowing – and never stopped – but at least three of the four companies operating pipelines admitted they were hit by a cyberattack this week on their electronic systems for communicating with their customers.

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Cyber attack shuts Energy Transfer's pipeline data system

April 2, 2018

The Dallas pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners notified oil and gas shippers on Monday that the data system for its extensive pipeline network was hacked by still unknown cyber criminals.

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The Infiltration of U.S. Control Systems

March 28, 2018

CERT Alert TA18-074A removed any doubts that hostile nation-states are actively targeting U.S. industrial control systems.

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IoT Security Spending Report Points To Huge Professional Services Opportunity For Partners

March 26, 2018

Internet of Things security spending is expected to reach $1.5 billion this year, according to a new Gartner survey, marking a 28 percent increase from 2017.

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DHS, FBI Analysis Uncovers Evidence Russia Is Hacking Power Grid

March 19, 2018

Today’s topics include the U.S. government accusing Russia of hacking the power grid and Google enhancing mobility security management in Chrome Enterprise.

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U.S. Government Accuses Russia of Hacking the Power Grid

March 15, 2018

Joint DHS and FBI analysis finds evidence that Russia has been actively targeting critical infrastructure in the U.S with cyber-attacks. What can and should operators do in the U.S. to limit risks?

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US Power Company Fined $2.7 Million Over Data Exposure

March 14, 2018

An unnamed U.S. power company has agreed to a record settlement after it was accused of leaving sensitive data exposed online for 70 days in a violation of energy sector cybersecurity regulations.

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New Cybersecurity Term: Security Posture Assessment

February 27, 2018

If the explosion in industrial cybersecurity start-ups the past few years has taught us anything, it’s that the advance of these technologies is expanding our cybersecurity vocabularies as much as they are our knowledge of the threats facing industry.

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20 Cyber Security Startups to Watch in 2018

February 26, 2018

Data breaches and cyber attacks continue to besiege IT departments, so not surprisingly, the nearly $100 billion cyber security market continues to thrive, driving innovation and spurring more and more startups to enter the space. Here are 20 promising cyber security startups, all founded within the last few years, addressing hot security areas like IoT, blockchain, AI and machine learning.

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Claroty Enhances Security Platform

February 19, 2018

Network monitoring provider, Claroty, released a security posture assessment product and enhancements to its Continuous Threat Detection product.

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Making Sense of the ICS Cybersecurity Market

February 15, 2018

Attacks on industrial control systems are accelerating, threatening grave fallout. Because sorting through the flood of ICS cybersecurity products and services can be daunting, we offer some help.

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Exploring a New Reference Architecture for Industrial Control Systems Security

February 13, 2018

As it relates to threats targeting industrial control systems (ICS) and critical infrastructure networks, it should be completely clear that “the times – they are a changing.” We have entered a new era over the past 6 months – demonstrated by the collateral damage caused by WannaCry and NotPetya, and even more clearly by the deliberate and alarming targeting of the widely used Schneider Electric Triconex safety platform by the Triton malware.

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Ex-FireEye CEO Dave DeWalt Joins Israeli Security Startup

February 09, 2017 09:10 ET

A week after fully resigning from FireEye (FEYE, +2.01%), a cybersecurity firm that has struggled for years to recapture its bygone glory, former CEO David DeWalt has joined the Israeli cybersecurity startup Claroty as chairman of the board.

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Rockwell Automation to Team With Industrial Security Company Claroty

February 6, 2017

Known industrial security weaknesses are increasingly turning into actual attacks, causing producers around the globe to search for more robust solutions to help protect operations. To meet this need, industrial security software provider Claroty and Rockwell Automation will work together to combine their security products and services into future, packaged security offerings.

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Claroty Raises $32 Million to Thwart Cyber Attacks

September 13, 2016

Investors are increasingly backing cybersecurity startups that aim to protect critical infrastructure after high-profile attacks like the breach last year of the Ukraine power grid.

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Israeli cyber-security firm Claroty exits 'stealth mode', raises $32 million

September 13, 2016

Israeli cyber security start-up Claroty said on Tuesday it raised $32 million in funding and is exiting so-called stealth mode after operating in secret for the past two years.

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Startup Focuses On Real-Time Security Monitoring Of Plant Networks

September 13, 2016

With $32 million in venture capital funding and co-founders from Siemens and Israeli Defense Force research teams, Claroty emerges from stealth.

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Cyber security startup Claroty clinches $32M from Bessemer-led consortium

September 13, 2016

New York-area startups and venture capitalists are making funding deals with the hopes of creating the next profitable company. Here's one deal announced Tuesday: Claroty, a New York and Israel-based provider of tech network protection, has received its first official VC round.

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Claroty Emerges From Stealth to Secure Industrial Control Systems

September 13, 2016

With $32 million in funding in hand, security vendor Claroty comes out of stealth mode to protect industrial control systems.

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Claroty Emerges from Stealth Promising 'Extreme Visibility' into Industrial Networks

September 13, 2016

Claroty Makes Public Debut With $32 Million in Funding to Protect Critical Infrastructure: Israeli cybersecurity startup Claroty has exited stealth mode to announce a security platform designed to provide “extreme visibility” into Operational Technology (OT) environments and protect critical infrastructure from cyber threats.

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Team8 unveils critical infrastructure cyber security startup Claroty with $32M funding round

September 13, 2016

Israeli house of cyber powerhouse Team8 emerges from stealth with their answer to the challenge of critical infrastructure security

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Israeli cyber security co Claroty raises $32m

September 13, 2016

The second startup out of the Team8 cyber security foundry seeks to protect industrial control systems.

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