Nozomi Networks Unveils OT, IoT Endpoint Security Sensor
Nozomi Networks has released Nozomi Arc, an operational technology (OT) and Internet of Things (IoT) sensor that “adds crucial data and insights about key assets and network endpoints,” according to the company.
Endpoint Visibility Delivered
Organizations can use Nozomi Arc to extend visibility across their endpoint attack surfaces, the company said. Nozomi Arc lets organizations retrieve endpoint data to identify compromised hosts and analyze network threats. It also allows them to correlate end-user activity across their endpoints without putting a strain on their current resources or disrupting their network operations.
Nozomi Arc can be deployed remotely via software download, the company indicated. Because Nozomi Arc deployments can be automated across an organization’s environments, there is no administrative overhead required to manage endpoints across multiple sites.
Nozomi Arc is offered via subscription from Nozomi and its channel partners, with pricing that varies based on the number of assets monitored.
Nozomi Partners with Swimlane, XONA
The Nozomi Arc launch comes after Nozomi in November 2022 announced a partnership with Swimlane, which specializes in low-code security automation. Together, Nozomi and Swimlane are providing a joint solution that allows organizations to maintain continuous asset compliance and mitigate risks across their OT and IT entry points, the companies said.
Previously, Nozomi in September 2022 partnered with XONA, a user access platform provider. Nozomi and XONA have integrated their technologies to “give organizations advanced tools to remotely manage the security of operational technology and industrial control systems from anywhere and on any device,” the businesses stated.
Nozomi offers products and services to help organizations manage their networks and assets, detect threats and generate insights across their OT and IoT environments, the company noted. It also provides an MSSP partner program and has partnered with IBM Security, Mandiant and other cybersecurity companies.