CyberX Launches First Open Development Environment (ODE) for Securing IoT/ICS Devices Running Proprietary Protocols

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CyberX, the IoT and industrial control system (ICS) security company, today announced a new Open Development Environment (ODE) that makes it easy for organizations to secure unmanaged IoT and ICS devices running proprietary protocols.

The Horizon Protocol ODE enables customers and partners to easily develop, test, and deploy custom protocol dissectors for CyberX’s market-leading cybersecurity platform, without divulging proprietary information about how the protocols are designed or sharing network packet captures (PCAPs) that may contain sensitive information. Dissectors are plug-ins that decode network traffic so it can be processed by automated network analysis programs.

With Horizon, customers and partners can quickly integrate custom dissectors into the CyberX platform and immediately leverage a broad array of automated Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) services, including: asset and firmware identification; risk and vulnerability management; continuous threat monitoring using patented M2M-aware behavioral analytics; and IoT/ICS threat intelligence. The platform also provides built-in support for integrating with a wide range of security stacks used in modern SOCs (Splunk, IBM QRadar, ServiceNow, Palo Alto Networks, Cisco, HP Aruba, etc.).

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