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Emerging IT Security Technologies: 13 Categories, 26 Vendors

A rundown of some of the hottest security product areas, and vendors helping to shape them.
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ICS Security

Tools for enabling the security, confidentiality, and integrity of network-connected SCADA and industrial control systems. 

Vendor: Claroty

Real-time monitoring for continuous threat detection and management on OT/ICS networks in industries like oil & gas, electric, manufacturing, and chemical.
	
Factors to Watch

- Key partnership with Schneider Electric
- Supports secure remote access to industrial control systems
- Exited stealth mode with $32 million in funding Sept. 2016



Key Executives: Two of the co-founders at Claroty - CEO Amir Zilberstein and CTO Benny Porat - are former members of the Israel Defense Force. Co-founder and chief business development officer was the head of industry control system security at Siemens.

Founded: 2014

Vendor: PAS

Cybersecurity, asset management, and process safety products for the power, process, and energy industries.
	
Factors to Watch

- Strategic global partnership with Siemens for real-time monitoring of control systems
- Platform-independent alarm management software for OT/ICS networks
- Raised $40 million in growth funds for boosting R&D, marketing and sales April 2017



Key Executives: Founder and CEO Eddie Habibi is a veteran in the ICS security space and previously worked for Schlumberger and Honeywell International.

Image Source: nostal6ie via Shutterstock

ICS Security

Tools for enabling the security, confidentiality, and integrity of network-connected SCADA and industrial control systems.

Vendor: Claroty

Real-time monitoring for continuous threat detection and management on OT/ICS networks in industries like oil & gas, electric, manufacturing, and chemical.

Factors to Watch

  • Key partnership with Schneider Electric
  • Supports secure remote access to industrial control systems
  • Exited stealth mode with $32 million in funding Sept. 2016

Key Executives: Two of the co-founders at Claroty CEO Amir Zilberstein and CTO Benny Porat are former members of the Israel Defense Force. Co-founder and chief business development officer was the head of industry control system security at Siemens.

Founded: 2014

Vendor: PAS

Cybersecurity, asset management, and process safety products for the power, process, and energy industries.

Factors to Watch

  • Strategic global partnership with Siemens for real-time monitoring of control systems
  • Platform-independent alarm management software for OT/ICS networks
  • Raised $40 million in growth funds for boosting R&D, marketing and sales April 2017

Key Executives: Founder and CEO Eddie Habibi is a veteran in the ICS security space and previously worked for Schlumberger and Honeywell International.

Image Source: nostal6ie via Shutterstock

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