Claroty specializes in securing cyber-physical systems. The company offers a unified platform that integrates with customers' existing infrastructure to provide visibility, risk and vulnerability management, threat detection, and secure remote access. Its primary customers include organizations in the industrial automation, healthcare, and enterprise sectors. It was founded in 2015 and is based in New York, New York.
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The operational technology (OT) security tools market offers a range of solutions designed to protect industrial control systems (ICS) and other OT assets from damaging and disruptive cyber threats, like malware and ransomware. These solutions help businesses ensure the integrity, availability, and confidentiality of their OT systems and prevent financial losses, reputational damage, and other neg…
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Dec 6, 2023
News provided by Share this article Share toX As Financial Losses Mount and Cyber Insurance Premiums Increase, Security Pros are Expected to Adopt Technology Like Generative AI in OT Environments While Meeting New Regulatory Standards NEW YORK, Dec. 6, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Claroty , the cyber-physical systems protection company, today released new research showing that 75% of respondents reported being targeted by ransomware in the past year. The report, "The Global State of Industrial Cybersecurity 2023: New Technologies, Persistent Threats, and Maturing Defenses," is based on a global independent survey of 1,100 information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) security professionals who work in critical infrastructure sectors, exploring industry challenges faced in the past year, their impact on OT security programs, and priorities moving forward. The study shows that, when it comes to ransomware attacks, the impact on OT environments is catching up to the impact on IT environments. In Claroty's previous survey conducted in 2021, 32% of ransomware attacks impacted IT only, while 27% impacted both IT and OT. Today, 21% impact IT only, while 37% impact both IT and OT – a significant 10% jump for the latter in just two years. This trend speaks to the expanding attack surface area and risk of operational disruption that comes with IT/OT convergence. On top of the growing operational impact of ransomware, the staggering financial impact persists. Of the 75% of respondents whose organizations were targeted by ransomware attacks in the past year, 69% paid the ransom, and more than half (54%) of those who paid the ransom suffered financial ramifications of $100,000 USD or more. As a likely result, demand for cyber insurance is high among respondents. A large majority (80%) of organizations have cyber insurance policies and about half (49%) have opted for policies with coverage of half a million dollars or more. The pressure of combating increased threats as well as financial loss comes as new technologies are being integrated into OT environments. For example, 61% of respondents are currently utilizing security tools that leverage generative AI and an alarming 47% say that it raises their security concerns. In light of these challenges brought on by combating ransomware and integrating new technology, governments have recognized the need for industry regulations and standards, which are now driving OT security priorities and investments. 45% of respondents say that TSA Security Directives have had the most significant impact on their organization's security priorities and investments, followed by CDM DEFEND (39%) and ISA/IEC-62443 (37%). "Our study shows that there is clearly no shortage of challenges facing OT security professionals, but we also found tremendous room for opportunity and appetite to mature security posture across industrial environments," said Yaniv Vardi, CEO at Claroty. "Organizations are already working to bolster their risk assessment, vulnerability management and network segmentation practices, in order to be highly proactive in their defense of cyber-physical systems." While implementing generative AI may be giving some pause, progress and advancements are being made to close gaps in processes and technology: ● Network Segmentation: 77% describe their approach to network segmentation as "moderate" or "mature," which is essential for restricting the lateral movement of cyberattacks through the network, including from IT to OT. ● Vulnerability & Risk Management: 78% described their approach to identifying vulnerabilities as "moderately" or "highly" proactive, a notable increase from 66% in 2021. However, the pace of vulnerability disclosures and patch releases are outpacing organizations' ability to address them; as a result, organizations are exploring a variety of risk scoring methods to help prioritize. The most popular methods are the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS), used by 52% of global respondents, followed by existing security solutions' risk scores (49%), the Exploit Prediction Scoring System (EPSS) (46%), and the Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) Catalog (45%). ● Future Initiatives: The top OT security initiatives that respondents plan to implement in the next year are risk assessment (selected by 43% of respondents), followed closely by asset, change, and/or lifecycle management (40%) and vulnerability management (39%). To access the full set of findings and analysis, download "The Global State of Industrial Cybersecurity 2023: New Technologies, Persistent Threats, and Maturing Defenses" here . Methodology Claroty contracted with Pollfish to conduct a survey of 1,100 information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) security professionals in North America (500), Latin America (100), EMEA (250), and Asia-Pacific (250). Only individuals who work full time in IT security, OT security, or as an OT engineer/operator completed the survey, for a total of 1,100 respondents. More than a dozen industries are represented including Automotive, Chemical, Electric Utilities, Food & Beverage, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology, Transportation, Water & Waste, Consumer Products, Mining & Materials, IT Hardware, and Forestry, Pulp & Paper. The survey was completed in November 2023. About Claroty Claroty empowers organizations to secure cyber-physical systems across industrial, healthcare, commercial, and public sector environments: the Extended Internet of Things (XIoT). The company's unified platform integrates with customers' existing infrastructure to provide a full range of controls for visibility, risk and vulnerability management, threat detection, and secure remote access. Backed by the world's largest investment firms and industrial automation vendors, Claroty is deployed by hundreds of organizations at thousands of sites globally. The company is headquartered in New York City and has a presence in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America. To learn more, visit claroty.com . SOURCE Claroty
Claroty Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Claroty founded?
Claroty was founded in 2015.
Where is Claroty's headquarters?
Claroty's headquarters is located at 1250 Broadway, New York.
What is Claroty's latest funding round?
Claroty's latest funding round is Private Equity.
How much did Claroty raise?
Claroty raised a total of $632M.
Who are the investors of Claroty?
Investors of Claroty include Warburg Pincus, Bessemer Venture Partners, SE Ventures, Rockwell Automation, Team8 and 21 more.
Who are Claroty's competitors?
Competitors of Claroty include Verve Industrial Protection, Awen Collective, Dragos, SCADAfence, Armis and 7 more.
What products does Claroty offer?
Claroty's products include CTD and 3 more.
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