… playbooks on what to do in an emergency, he said.
“That’s really reusable work so channel partners have a real services opportunity,” Wisniewski said. “Their tech people can sit down and work out some basic ways you’re going to respond to different types of incidents for their market, and then take that and reuse that template to help companies quickly establish that. And that’s a good opportunity for a lot of revenue. And then on the other side, it’s keeping their customers up to date with that threat landscape.”
For Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Ivanti announced its top tips and best practices to help raise awareness.
“As I always say, when it comes to cybersecurity, a healthy dose of paranoia goes a long way,” said Chris Goettl, Ivanti’s director of product management for security.
Ivanti said every employee should follow these tips:
The first such solution, Tripwire Industrial Visibility, provides visibility, monitoring and threat mitigation across the complete IT and operational technology (OT) infrastructure. Belden is leveraging Claroty’s technology in the offering.
“For Claroty and its channel partners, this announcement is a ringing endorsement for our technology,” said Patrick McBride, Claroty’s chief marketing officer. “Belden/Tripwire is another example of a top-tier industrial automation and cybersecurity vendor that tested Claroty’s technology and chose to leverage our solution. We can’t think of better validation than to have the industrial control systems (ICS) cybersecurity experts at Belden/Tripwire follow other top-tier industrial automation vendors in choosing to partner with Claroty.”
The partnership between Belden and Claroty also seeks to extend …