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STMicroelectronics, Kudelski Group partner on IIoT security solution; Janam Technologies intros touch computer with RFID, NFC capabilities; Market Study Report predicts UHF RFID tag inlay market growth; Claroty enhances its industrial cybersecurity platform with IoT monitoring; BehrTech launches LPWAN for Industrial IoT network and device management; Sensera, Arrow Electronics sign global agreement to cooperate on IoT sensor solutions; Avnet offers free IoT security starter kits.
By Rich Handley

Claroty Enhances Its Industrial Cybersecurity Platform With IoT Monitoring

Claroty, a provider of industrial cybersecurity solutions, has introduced several enhancements to its Continuous Threat Detection (CTD) operational technology (OT) security system. This latest release enables enterprises to monitor their Internet of Things (IoT) devices, provides greater network visibility, reduces deployment times and eliminates the noise of non-critical alerts, according to the company. The firm has also announced that it has joined the Industrial Internet Consortium.

The latest update to CTD (version 3.5) features Claroty's deep-packet inspection technology across both IoT and OT devices. The solution automatically discovers IoT devices on a network and classifies each based on both its static and behavioral attributes. It then identifies known vulnerabilities and risks associated with those assets and continuously monitors the environment for threats and policy violations. The new IoT functionality is part of a broader update to the Claroty CTD product.

Other enhancements include the following: Machine Learning Alert Algorithm optimizes signal-to-noise ratio by correlating all events on a network with online patterns and communication behaviors, prioritizing high-fidelity alerts. Root Cause Analytics features contextual data and visualization tools to illustrate the precise chain of events that trigger alarms, and to improve the speed, efficiency and accuracy of incident response and threat hunting. Claroty Threat Intelligence provides highly curated and multi-source feeds to enrich CTD's analytics with proprietary research of zero-day vulnerabilities and IoT- and OT-specific indicators of compromises linked to threat actors' tactics, techniques and procedures.

In addition, Virtual Zones+ automatically groups together network assets with similar behaviors and attributes. CTD identifies the relationship between logical groups and automatically generates granular communication policies. These policies assign permission levels to each zone, along with a specific level of trust to help end users understand the risks posed by logical connections between the zones.

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