Operational security vendor Claroty has added a number of new major partners to its ecosystem as it seeks to extend the reach of its solution at a time when production systems are increasingly being targeted by hackers.
Dimension Data/NTT Security, Optiv and OYLO have joined Claroty's partner roster to take advantage of the fast-growing industrial cybersecurity market. These partners join the ranks of Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric, Kudelski Security and Leidos. In addition, the new Claroty Vision global channel partner programme has been launched to target integrated solution partners, managed service providers and resellers, offering a variety of levels of support.
Amir Zilberstein, CEO of New York-headquartered Claroty, said: "With the launch of the Claroty Vision programme we continue to make significant progress in our mission to help protect the world's most critical industrial networks.”
Warren Small, vice president of the security business unit at Dimension Data, said: "Such technology is mission-critical for our industrial clients and Claroty was the right choice for us. We are particularly impressed with its ability to discover and eliminate vulnerabilities and insecure connections, comprehensive anomaly detection and its broad coverage of industrial protocols."
Eduardo Di Monte, chief executive officer of OYLO, said: "Claroty's deep inspection and highly contextual alerts have provided insight into our clients' environments that we didn't have before." Claroty is targeted at all OT (operational technology), ICS, SCADA and IIoT manufacturing and control systems used by a wide variety of industries.