The Indegy/Owl partnership provides the safe unification of OT security data with IT monitoring systems.
The solution based on Owl’s data diode to provide a one-way data flow from OT devices/sensors to IT/Cloud solutions. Waterfall security announced last week announced their new IT/OT IDS solution similarity based on data diode capabilities. The good news is that vendors are starting to partner for greater value, something that is good for the entire industry.
The joint solution enables:
- 360 degree visibility into critical OT assets that were previously air-gapped from IT without introducing the risk of lateral threats
- The seamless flow of Indegy OT data through the Owl diode
- Easy configuration and deployment of network sensors in segments protected by the Owl diode
- Threat detection and remediation by the Owl data diode
- The delivery both IT and OT updates to security systems in isolated networks
The tested and certified joint Indegy-Owl solution gives customers the confidence of knowing that their OT network is physically inaccessible from the external network while being monitored by the Indegy Industrial Cybersecurity Suite.
Indegy and Owl work together to securely pass data from Indegy sensors located on OT networks to the Indegy Security Platform outside of the control network, while enforcing a diode-based air-gap between the two environments. Owl separates both networks, while allowing sensor to ISP traffic to securely pass through it.
“Monitoring OT environments for security threats requires continuously gathering and extracting data directly from individual controllers,” said Barak Perelman, CEO of Indegy. “This partnership with Owl Cyber Defense Solutions provides customers with a trusted data diode cybersecurity device that is integrated with Indegy to allow the secure one-way flow of traffic from industrial control networks for unified to OT-IT security management.”
“As processes become automated in Industry 4.0, and connected devices proliferate across OT networks, it is essential to maintain the security of critical OT assets,” said Robert Stalick, CEO of Owl Cyber Defense. “Owl and Indegy’s joint solution enables secure visibility into OT assets that were previously air-gapped from IT, without introducing risk of lateral threats. We look forward to securing the world’s critical manufacturing operations with this best-of-breed solution,” he added.
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