New Nozomi Networks and Deloitte partnership targets IT, OT, and IoT security

Nozomi Networks

On April 7, operational technology and Internet of Things cybersecurity firm Nozomi Networks announced a partnership with professional services firm Deloitte. The new partnership will help address the needs of IT, OT and IoT security.

Deloitte provides cyber strategy consulting and cyber intelligence with a fully customizable suite of cyber solutions and managed services.  The company’s EMEA Cybersphere Center specializes in cybersecurity for IoT innovations.

This partnership will incorporate Nozomi’s OT and IoT visibility and threat detection capabilities into Deloitte’s cybersecurity services in an effort to address growing EMEA demand for managed security services.

“With this partnership, our customers immediately gain access to OT and IoT network monitoring and threat detection that is fully supported by Deloitte’s cyber risk services,” Nicola Esposito, Risk Advisory Partner at Deloitte Spain, said in a press release. “By partnering with Nozomi Networks, we are delivering complete IT, OT and IoT expertise and a superior solution for our most demanding clients. With more than 25 Deloitte engineers now trained and certified on Nozomi Networks technology, we are equipped to support custom deployments for our clients. Additionally, customers have the option to leverage Nozomi Networks solutions as part of a full suite of IT, OT and IoT security services now available through Deloitte’s Cyber Intelligence Centers in EMEA.”

Nozomi Networks specializes in using artificial intelligence to automate the processes of inventorying, visualizing and monitoring industrial control networks.  The company provides troubleshooting, asset management and predictive maintenance.

“We are excited to team with Deloitte to help more organizations meet their requirements for critical OT cybersecurity solutions that integrate effectively with IT and IoT,” said Nozomi Networks CEO Edgard Capdevielle in the release. “This partnership accelerates our joint efforts in EMEA to help protect business critical infrastructure.”

Nozomi Networks’ solutions currently support more than 2.6 million devices in more than 2,250 installations. They serve the energy, manufacturing, mining, transportation, utilities and critical infrastructure sectors.

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