Radiflow, which makes an operational technology (OT) cybersecurity platform that addresses risk/mitigation issues, has entered into a partnership with CyCraft, an artificial intelligence (AI) firm that deals in resilience through autonomous systems and human-AI collaboration.
By corralling the power of generative AI, the partners say their collaboration “unlocks untapped, unlimited detection and response capabilities” for enterprise customers, managed security service providers (MSSPs), and managed detection and response providers (MDRs) against increasingly sophisticated attacks targeting OT assets.
The deal also enables chief information security officers to boost the effectiveness of their risk/mitigation measures while optimizing their cybersecurity spend, officials said.
The Tel Aviv, Israel-based Radiflow said it entered into the partnership to integrate extended network monitoring to the endpoints, leveraging the Taiwan-located CyCraft’s advanced threat hunting and investigation capabilities to contain breach impact and stop repeat attacks in real time.
Company Leaders Laud Partnership
Ilan Barda, Radflow co-founder and chief executive, explained that with “integration and tested joint solutions” the collaborators will be able to realize greater security:
“Combining our iSID (Industrial Security Incident Database) with CyCraft tools addresses the challenges of securing OT networks against the evolving attacks while ensuring that the deployment of such solutions can be done in a smooth manner.”
Benson Wu, Cycraft co-founder and chief executive, added:
“By synergizing our strengths, we’re poised to offer unparalleled cybersecurity solutions that address not just present challenges, but anticipate future ones. Our customers stand to benefit from the best of both worlds.”
Radiflow’s collaboration with CyCraft adds to its roster of technology integrations that include Fortinet, Palo Alto Networks firewalls, and Cisco Network Access controls.