Tenable, a cyber exposure platform provider, has acquired Israeli operational technology (OT) security company Indegy for $78 million in cash. The company will leverage Indegy’s industrial cybersecurity technology to provide visibility, security and control across IT and OT environments, according to a prepared statement.
Tenable and Indegy together will provide an IT and OT security platform that offers a variety of capabilities, including:
Process Management: Enables organizations to use Indegy’s asset inventory, configuration management and threat detection capabilities to manage OT-specific processes.
Risk-Based Measurement: Ensures organizations can use Tenable’s Lumin visualization, analytics and measurement solution to score and benchmark IT and OT; Tenable released Lumin earlier this year.
Vulnerability Management: Allows organizations to perform agent-based scanning, active analysis and passive monitoring in conjunction with Indegy OT device analysis to assess security vulnerabilities.
Indegy’s Industrial Cybersecurity Suite has been integrated with Tenable.sc for on-premises vulnerability management. In addition, Indegy will be integrated with Tenable.io for cloud-based vulnerability management and Lumin, and these integrations are expected to be available in the first half of next year.
Tenable’s acquisition of Indegy comes after the company in May unveiled Nexxus Essentials, a free version of its vulnerability assessment solution for businesses and consumers.
Nexxus Essentials offers a vulnerability scanner for up to 16 IPs. It provides cyber exposure alerts, plug-in updates and insights and reports on security vulnerabilities, along with vulnerability assessment classroom guides and in-product tutorials and guidance.