Claroty xDome OT security solution to be offered by Rockwell Automation

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Monday, 06 November, 2023

Claroty xDome OT security solution to be offered by Rockwell Automation

As OT networks become increasingly connected to enterprise IT systems as part of digital transformation initiatives, they also become exposed to new threats that require stronger risk reduction strategies. To better protect these modernised OT environments, industrial organisations are turning to cloud-based cybersecurity solutions for more scalability, flexibility, continuous monitoring, automated threat detection and reduced total cost of ownership, according to OT cybersecurity company Claroty.

Claroty recently announced an expansion of its capabilities with Rockwell Automation with the addition of SaaS-powered industrial cybersecurity platform Claroty xDome to Rockwell Automation’s global services portfolio. Rockwell Automation customers now have access to Claroty’s complete suite of cloud-based and on-premise OT security offerings.

Claroty said that xDome provides comprehensive security coverage, integrated interoperability and bidirectional technology alliances.

“In today’s rapidly digitising world, providing our clients with advanced, cloud-based OT security isn’t just a value-add, it’s a necessity,” said Matt Kennedy, vice president, Global Capabilities and Innovation, Lifecycle Services at Rockwell Automation. “Our partnership with Claroty marks a significant milestone in our journey towards enabling enterprises with the tools they need to remain both competitive and secure. Rockwell Automation combined with Claroty xDome enables industrial organisations to make even greater strides with their digital transformation while keeping operations secure.”

With the addition of xDome, Rockwell Automation’s range now features Claroty’s complete suite of industrial cybersecurity offerings, along with Continuous Threat Detection (CTD) and Secure Remote Access (SRA).

“We’re thrilled to partner with Rockwell Automation and expand our offering to our joint customers,” said CJ Radford, global vice president of channels and alliances at Claroty. “Claroty’s strategic relationship with Rockwell Automation underscores our shared vision of providing industries with next-generation security solutions poised to take on the era of digital transformation. With Rockwell Automation’s impressive global footprint, we’re confident that more enterprises will now be equipped to tackle the cyber challenges of the modern age. And with the addition of xDome availability, customers can accelerate their time to value quickly with a low friction deployment.”

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