Together, the companies now enable MSSPs to provide managed SOC services for operational technology (OT) networks, industrial control systems (ICS) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, according to a prepared statement.
MSSPs can access an OT SOC tool kit that combines Radiflow's industrial cybersecurity solutions with Yanai's methodology for integrating operational engineering with cybersecurity tools, the companies indicated.
SOC Tool Kit Components
The OT SOC tool kit includes Radiflow's iSID Industrial IDS solution, which helps MSSPs protect OT networks and ICS and SCADA environments. It also provides breach and cyberattack alerts and identifies potential risks based on deep network learning and asset mapping.
In addition, the OT SOC tool kit leverages Radiflow's iSAP Smart Probe for collecting and transferring OT network traffic from customer sites to a managed SOC, the companies said. iSAP performs pre-processing of local network traffic at a customer facility and sends relevant metadata to a managed SOC.
The Radiflow-Yanai OT SOC tool kit is available to MSSPs worldwide. Furthermore, Radiflow plans to showcase its industrial cybersecurity solutions and OT SOC partner program at next week's RSA Conference in San Francisco.
A Closer Look at the Radiflow OT SOC Partner Program
The Radiflow OT SOC partner program enables MSSPs to use the Radiflow-Yanai OT SOC tool kit to analyze events and track security data from multiple OT customers, the company noted.
Radiflow also provides its OT SOC partners with resources and support for conducting initial and ongoing security assessments of customer OT operations, including:
- Analysis of cyber threats and vulnerabilities.
- Operational asset mapping.
- Risk mitigation plan recommendations.
MSSPs can join the Radiflow OT SOC partner program to provide managed SOC services and help customers address cyberattacks in ICS and SCADA environments, the company said. As such, the Radiflow OT SOC partner program could help MSSPs simultaneously enhance their offerings and capitalize on the rising demand for industrial cybersecurity services.
The global industrial cybersecurity market is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.6 percent between 2017 and 2023, according to market research firm MarketsandMarkets. Meanwhile, MarketsandMarkets has estimated this sector could be worth nearly $22.8 billion by 2023.