OT Security, Managed Security Services

Deloitte Adds Claroty OT Module to MXDR Service

Deloitte, a Top 250 MSSP and Top 250 Public Cloud MSP, has integrated the Claroty xDome industrial cybersecurity platform into its managed eXtended detection and response (MXDR) service for enterprise, cloud and operational technology (OT) security operations center (SOC) delivery, according to the companies.

In doing so, Deloitte will provide its MXDR customers with access to Claroty's threat prevention, detection and response capabilities for business-critical systems and assets across their cyber-physical environments, the companies said.

Claroty xDome Expands Deloitte MXDR's Capabilities

Organizations now can use an MXDR by Deloitte OT module powered by xDome that delivers "end-to-end detection and response, vulnerability management, lifecycle visibility and asset tracking for mission-critical OT systems," Claroty noted.

Furthermore, xDome provides Deloitte's MXDR customers with visibility into their assets, Claroty said. These customers can use xDome to identify, measure and prioritize risk. They also can deploy zero trust-based protective controls and optimize their threat detection.

Claroty xDome Covers the Entire Industrial Cybersecurity Journey

xDome is a modular, SaaS-powered industrial cybersecurity platform that scales to protect eXtended internet of things (XIoT) environments, Claroty stated. It allows organizations to automate asset discovery and protect against zero-day attacks.

In addition, xDome deploys and scales based on an organization's OT, security and executive needs, Claroty said. It also is backed by a technical ecosystem that enables organizations to extend their existing security and operational infrastructure across their industrial environments.

Claroty Partners with Medical Technology Company, MSSPs

The addition of xDome to Deloitte's MXDR service comes after Claroty in June 2023 announced a strategic partnership with medical technology company Siemens Healthineers. Together, Claroty and Siemens are using software, managed services and medical device security data-sharing to protect healthcare enterprises from cyberattacks, the companies said.

Previously, Claroty partnered with more than 15 MSSPs in May 2023. MSSPs that partnered with Claroty at this time included:

Claroty helps organizations secure cyber-physical systems across their industrial, healthcare, public sector and commercial environments, the company said. It also offers the FOCUS Partner Program and has strategic alliances in place with CrowdStrike, Fortinet and other cybersecurity technology companies.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.