Claroty, a cyberphysical systems protection company, has announced its presence at the Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC), taking place March 14-16 2023 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. With a team of senior executives and industry experts onsite, the company will showcase its market-leading portfolio of cybersecurity solutions for cyberphysical systems across industrial, healthcare and commercial environments at Stand C15, Hall 8.
Highly interconnected cyberphysical systems including operational technology (OT), the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), building management systems (BMS) and more – collectively known as the Extended Internet of Things (XIoT) – have become pervasive as organisations across critical sectors seek to modernise their environments.
While the ever-growing XIoT delivers a number of business benefits that drive innovation, resilience, productivity and sustainability, it can also increase exposure to cyber and operational risks if not properly secured. Additionally, as CISOs become increasingly responsible for securing their organisation’s cyberphysical systems, they cannot rely solely on traditional IT security solutions to provide sufficient visibility into these assets without disrupting mission-critical operations.
“As our physical world connects more deeply and broadly with our digital world, organisations are recognising that they need to take a holistic approach to securing the wide range of connected assets within their environments,” said Yaniv Vardi, CEO of Claroty. “Given the growing demand for cybersecurity solutions that are purpose-built for cyberphysical systems in the Middle East and around the world, we look forward to engaging with the GISEC community and working together to protect the critical systems that power our way of life – from the food we eat and water we drink, to the energy sources that power our homes and cities, to life-saving medical care.”
Understanding the need to secure enterprise XIoT environments holistically, Claroty’s cyberphysical system protection solutions integrate seamlessly with customers’ existing infrastructure to provide full visibility, protection and threat detection for all connected assets. Powered by deep domain expertise, its award-winning threat research group Team82 and a robust partner ecosystem, Claroty’s solutions integrate seamlessly with customers’ existing infrastructure and are designed to meet the unique challenges and requirements of securing any XIoT environment, ensuring cyber and operational resilience for the connected organisations that sustain our lives.Click below to share this article